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I am making a wireless PCB that has a Joystick and a Xbee for wireless connection to my Arduino; but the catch is I'm new to making PCB's.  The resistor on the left is 1.8 ohms, the 2 holes are for a 9v power supply, and the resistor to the right is 3.0 ohms.  If you can tell me what is wrong (If anything is wrong)  or if there a tiny fixes.  I am using a Parallax 2-Axis Joystick.

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