Well, that might be ok.
However, what did you break? If you broke the resistor (R236), how did you do that?
If you broke the Fuse, how did you do that?
I would not recommend connecting a wire across there unless you knew what you were doing because you could fry your whole machine! If you blew R236 or the Fuse because you connected up a drive incorrectly, and then you simply wire across the pads of R236, and then you reapply power, you are just asking for something else to be blown (perhaps even cause a fire). Until you know "why" the resistor or fuse blew I would not simply wire across it. But if it worked at one time, and you 'knew' you screwed up and misconnected it, then yes you could do this, but at your own risk. Be careful.