I need to replace a burnt resistor, but I have trouble finding a proper replacement.
The dead resistor has 5 color bands on it:
Brown - Black - Brown - Silver - Yellow
which can result in a value of 1.01 ohm 5% (assuming that the yellow color band is actually golden).
After reading some forum threads about repairing the same PCB, I know that the resistor should be flameproof, wire wound and anti surge, which seem to be logical.
What I do not understand is, why the proposed replacement should be 100 ohms (3W).
I do not have the wiring diagram of the PCB and I can't find it on the internet. So I am stuck.
I hope, somebody can shed some light on my problem.
So, guys, I wanted to thank you all for your hints! I kind of combined them into one answer for me and it helped me a lot.
The most valuable hint I got from @Justme: "Yellow is not a valid band color. It has to mean something else". This seemed very plausible to me. So the resistor value had to be 100 ohms 10% (Brown - Black - Brown - Silver).
I ordered some 100 ohms +/- 10% 3W fusible resistors, like suggested by @Spehro Pefhany and replaced the burnt one. (I also replaced the burnt TNY264GN chip, which I didn't mention in my question).
My repair job went well and now the device (my Siemens dishwasher) is working again. The resistor doesn't get hot etc., which is also a good sign.