boyusmaximus, I'm a little confused as the picture looks like it has 10 pins instead of the expected 5. Also, if I were to search for a 1K resistor array, I realize that I'd want 4 elements, but I'm not sure of how to tell the difference between the 5 pin variety where one side of each array is tied to a single pin, and the 8 pin variety that would have each resistor separate. How do you tell these apart from the specification if the picture doesn't match the actual package?
EDIT: OK, after reading the spec sheet on the link above, I think I've figured out how to read this. I suspect that this will do nicely for me:
http://www.newark.com/bourns/4605x-101- ... -101-102LF
BOURNS - 4605X-101-102LF - RESISTOR, BUS RES N/W, 4, 1KOHM, 2%, SIP
RESISTOR, BUS RES N/W, 4, 1KOHM, 2%, SIP
Resistance Tolerance: ± 2%
Power Rating: 630mW
Voltage Rating: 100V
Temperature Coefficient: ± 100ppm/°C
No. of Elements: 4
Resistor Case Style: SIP
Filter Terminals: SIP
RoHS Compliant: Yes
Does that look ok? Also, what specs should I look for when replacing a LED?