I wanted to fix an older divice of my grandma and figured out that a resistor has a crack. So I tried myself on color-tables but the two gold rings in the middle are confusing to me. Any hint is appreciated. Ring-colors from left to right on the picture are violet, gold, gold, black, brown (on a blue body).
This can often be hard to figure out.
If it's a resistor:
It's possibly a 1 ohm, 5% resistor as per this table: -
Read it as brown (1), black (0), gold (x0.1) = 10 x 0.1 = 1 ohm.
If the final band of violet is to be believed it has a tolerance of 0.1%.
If it's an inductor:
This might make it 1 uH 5% with the violet band being unknown.