Hi guys, I'm working on a Canadian version of an RCA Victor 262 (1934) radio. It is a Canadian General Electric M106. Schematic can be found here.

http://pacifictv.ca/schematics/rca262schematic.pdfhttps://www.radiomuseum.org/r/rca_262_1.htmlThis set uses a single 5Z3 rectifier, instead of the dual 80's used in the American RCA. The original Candohm is 3 sections total resistance of 8820 ohms, divided as follows R27, 220 ohm, R28 3,900 ohms, R29, 4,700 ohms. The original was bad, and had earlier repairs done. 10 watt wire wound resistors replaced for R28 (3,900 ohms) and R29 (4,700 ohms). The 220 ohm R27 had been left alone. I measured it too, and it was open as well. I drilled out the rivets securing the original wire wound resistor and put in a phenolic "stand off" . I'm plan on reusing the replacement 4,700 & 3,900. The only wire wound resistor I have is a 5 watt 240 ohm (that measures 230 ohm) for the R27. My question is, Is 5 watt's enough for this resistor ? Or should I get a 10 watt ? It is paralleled with C56 a 10 mfd @ 25 volt electrolytic. I pried apart the original Candohm and can clearly see that R29 (4,700) was generating the most heat, as the heat sink area of the metal and (fish paper ?) was black to dark brown, the R27, and R28 had hardly no discoloration..

Tony