I'm trying to repair damaged power supply. I've already replaced some burned/shorted diode and mosfets. Now I'm struggling with resistor connected between main mosfet's drain and ground. It should be probably 0.5 - 1 ohm one. My meter is reading 0.1 ohm, which is probably too low. I'm not able to read the value from the color stripes properly. They're probably violet, green, white (silver?), red and black. I'm guessing 0.75 ohm ww. Can somebody please help me to confirm this? I've tried to search similar questions, but the white stripe is confusing me.
I've temporarily tried to replace it by two 3.9 ohm 2 watts ones in parallel. Power supply seems to be starting ok with them. Haven't tried with higher load yet. With the original resistor, the main fuse gets burned immediately after powering on.