In the AC input section of a PCB, I found a resistor (in parallel with an X capacitor) with 5 color bands:
BLACK - GOLD - YELLOW - GRAY - BLUE(LIGHT BLUE)
Sorry because now I do not have anything to take a picture of it.
It's probably rated 2W and the PCB is made in Japan.
If I interpret it from left to right, the result is a 400 MOhms 0.25 % resistor. This is clearly wrong for a bleeder.
If I interpret it from right to left, the result is still unreasonable(68.4 Ohm). The precision is unknown as black isn't coded for any tolerance.
How should I interpret this resistor ?