I'm trying to repair an old record turntable (Dual CS 5000).
From what I can tell the problem is a component that looks like a standard carbon film resistor, but for which I cannot find a colour code lookup for.
The colour bands are: Brown/Grey/Gold/Gold/Yellow.
It seems it's the gold band in the middle that isn't "standard". Both gold bands look exactly the same: sparkly, unlike the other colours on the component (see photo). The only other distinguishing feature of the component is that the "output" end is sheathed in green plastic. On the circuit board the "name" given to the component is "RP07". The symbol on the board is a circle with a half/radius line through it from the centre to the edge.
Other resistors seem to be labelled "RRxx", have recognisable colour codes, and show the corresponding ohms. So I'm beginning to doubt this is a resistor, or at least think it's something a bit exotic.
Using a simple multimeter I get "1" on all of the ohm settings.
If anyone can identify this component for me I'd be extremely grateful.