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|16th January 2012, 07:16 AM||#1|
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Rockford Fosgate T1000-1bd
I just got a hold of an T1000-1bd amp for $20 but the amp is in protect mode so I did the following.
- Took apart and cleaned the amp.
- Verified fuse was not blown.
- Looked for any signs of burnt chips.
- Check the continuity of the mos fets.
- Checked the voltage on all mis fets.
I am a newbie when it comes to working with the multimeter but I do know how to solder. Should I replace all the fets on the boards? I try searching for these parts and find a few on eBay but with different numbers below the part numbers.
Here is a list of these chips part numbers.
P/N on chip:
NLBX407 (Qty= 1)
NLAV424 (Qty= 2)
BD D5 (Qty=4)
BB 19 (Qty=4)
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