[SOLVED] Help id please

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blew one of these earlier today though it would be as simple as just typing in the code on google.... its not.
the guy in question is the orange dude i think the it reads "106A 63HXD" but no luck. any help is appreciated
 
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What is "one of these"?

"Orange dude"?

Not sure that the provided image came across as expected.

More information needed:

What device and what PCB within that device?
are you able to see the pic i posted? there is only one orange component in the picture front and center. if you are color blind i apologize but that picture is the best i could do. if you know what it is then i would gladly accept your guidance but to be talked down to just because i did not post in the correct lingo is unfair seeing as how i am here in the first place because i need help identifying the "orange dude" i dont even know what its called. so thank you but no thank you.
 
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are you able to see the pic i posted? there is only one orange component in the picture front and center. if you are color blind i apologize but that picture is the best i could do. if you know what it is then i would gladly accept your guidance but to be talked down to just because i did not post in the correct lingo is unfair seeing as how i am here in the first place because i need help identifying the "orange dude" i dont even know what its called. so thank you but no thank you.
I see no picture in the question post. Something could block the picture.
Next time, it is better to upload the picture somewhere and then post the link.
Calling someone color-blind is not polite at all. Please mind your manner in the forum!
 

Ralston18

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That component appears as yellowish-gold to me.

And I was not talking down to you.

I only used quotes to stay with your terminology as a matter of consistency.

If I had been sure about the component in question I would have provided the applicable name or description.

Fortunately @thx1138v2 recognized the capacitor in question.

And, interestingly, his alphabetic "T" avatar appears orange to me.
 
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I see no picture in the question post. Something could block the picture.
Next time, it is better to upload the picture somewhere and then post the link.
Calling someone color-blind is not polite at all. Please mind your manner in the forum!
no one called anyone color blind i was saying "if you where" i am sorry.
 
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That component appears as yellowish-gold to me.

And I was not talking down to you.

I only used quotes to stay with your terminology as a matter of consistency.

If I had been sure about the component in question I would have provided the applicable name or description.

Fortunately @thx1138v2 recognized the capacitor in question.

And, interestingly, his alphabetic "T" avatar appears orange to me.
the yellowish_gold component was indeed the part in question turns out its a Tantalum Capacitor thats all i needed thank you for your time
 

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