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what is value of R??? COZ R1=470R
and based on what gave number to electronic component(R1 C1 L1 R2 C2 L2 etc)????? Transformerless-power-supply.JPG
 

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thanks but look the cct R1=470R Transformerless_Power_Supply_Circuit_Diagram-1366380217.gif
 

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what is value of R??? COZ R1=470R
No, R1=470K (kohm). R is unity multiplicator (ohm), e.g. R2 = 100 ohm.
Component reference numbers are assigned arbitrarily, e.g. left to right.

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Yes, different circuit than post #1, different values...
 

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