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Old 4th January 2012, 12:51 AM   #1
ivkata is offline ivkata  United States
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Default kicker k800.2 power supply fets and rectifiers

I got this amp here for fix and the guy claims that used to play but just quit so he wanted it fixed .for some reason all ps fets are mismatched few irfz44n ifrz46n irfz48n for some reason even the rectifiers are missing and some brainiac installed irfz44n instead .My question is what are the original fets and rectifiers d12,d13,d16,d17
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Old 4th January 2012, 02:23 AM   #2
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D13 and 17 are MUR1620CTRs. The other two are MUR1620CTs.

I think the original FETs were IRFZ46s but I'm not sure.
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