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Dec 248: Replacing a 4 pin leaded inductor with a 2 pin Started by gkmaia Yesterday at Some silhouette photos help clarify. ModelSim – How to force a struct type written in SystemVerilog?

These may all be extraneous now, with the circuit from the patent. Sony TA repair problems Reply to Thread. Dec 20, 8. If you have a ohmmeter, what is the resistance across the lamp heater pins?

Potentiometer Questions Started by norbss Yesterday at This unidentified transistor, a “transformer”, two brown ‘chicklet’ looking things capacitors or resistors – marked. First for your information, the T transistor is mounted on the solder side of the PCB, if you wipe off the thermal grease there is a chance the true component number is hidden under the grease. Johnson New Member Jan 5, I believe the values of the components would change slightly for higher wattage units. I started reversing the PCB today and I need some help.

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Losses in inductor of a boost converter 9. If they were operating then it was most likely overheating of the power transistor.

A voltage or current applied to one pair of the transistor’s terminals changes the current flowing through another pair of terminals. I will check the other side and post the data, if any. I have closer images of the parts if needed.

I should hear from the shop on Monday, and I’ll let you know the result. You’ll need to choose a username for the site, which only take a couple of moments here.

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Patent US is also interesting and related to other larger wattage lamps. I found them in China but I can’t wait 2 months for them to come, I really need this amplifier for next weeks.

Anyway, here are the photos. Thinlite expressly refused to supply a circuit diagram when asked – and suggested I find a distributor and buy replacement ballasts with the following statement “We do not recommend field repair.

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I’m busy for a few days so it will be the weekend before I can continue on this. Also, on your working unit that has the similiar inverter and wattage lamp, what is the AC voltage across the lamp when operating? What is the value of the snubber capacitor?


Base to the lamp heater and clamp diode. On the PCB, I transostor to see the solder side more clearly, rosin is blocking a few places such that I can not be sure if there is a connection or a open area. One last item, if you have a amp meter, when the inverter is operating, what is the supply current to the inverter black wire and the supply voltage?

Once you have determine the type then selection for substitute becomes easier. I will have a guy put in a 2N or equiv. The two red wires go the pins at one end of the tube and the blues to the pins at the other. A transistor is a semiconductor device used to amplify and switch electronic signals and electrical power. As above, I will bring a working unit for this measurement later in the week. As for the one 15 watt tube PCB we have been looking at, as you requested, here are photos with the clear sealant and rosen removed.

I have another spare pair of TIP41A transistors, but only a single pair for a single channel, so can I just leave the other channel with transistors out?