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In the cases where the instructions indicate the grips must be wired in "series", (such as model 101,102, 103, 104,105, 106, 201, 202, 203, 204, 205, 301, 302, 401, 406) you must be careful not to wire the grips incorrectly ("parallel") or the resistor might build up so much heat that it melts (or causes brown discoloration) of the resistor case.
Excessive voltage can also be responsible for melting or discoloring-brown of the resistor, for example such as a faulty voltage regulator, using a power source that does not benefit from the voltage regulator, mounting it without a metal heat sink, mounting it with no air flow, or mounting it in an enclosed area where excess heat is trapped.Keep in mind: if you wouldn't want your co-workers spying on you reading Fifty Shades of Grey, these excerpts should be considered NSFW.