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Old 20th November 2009, 07:10 PM   #1
lee1976 is offline lee1976  Poland
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Default Preamplifier damaged explosion Class-d Crest

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Amp. CREST CD-series, model CD3000

Amplifier received after attempting to repair, as you can see he learned, the damage that such an amplifier.
Please support the identification of elements of the original and the missing.
No items id PCBs U26, U33, U34, U35, 5 pin (SOT25 SMD probably)
Identification of elements of D50 and D51 with the symbol of G14 C430, stabilizer 78M .... ( photo 2, 3 )
Maybe someone has a fragment of the preamplifier scheme.
The amplifier itself can manage because the second channel is complete.
The damaged channel transistors and explosion IR2110 output and relay output.

Please forward suggestions and tips ... and diagram a pre-amplifier

Thank you very much.
Regards.



U26, U33, U34, U35
http://img34.imageshack.us/img34/6351/crest5.jpg

Diode D4 - what model/type ?
http://img257.imageshack.us/img257/7375/crest4.jpg
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Old 21st November 2009, 12:46 PM   #2
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Try using the working channel to identify the parts, small SMD parts use two or three letters and the type of package for identification, try googling the letters and the package type.

Also, could you post more pictures? (also of the whole amplifier to see overall layout). I see the missing SOT23-5 (but not the type of the ICs near) but I fail to see the rest.
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Old 21st November 2009, 07:39 PM   #3
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Eva, Thank you for your interest

amplifier output stage - I have complete the second channel so no problem the repair of damaged canal

The problem is with the SMD components to preamplifier

1.I miss the elements around the IC system, with symbols U26, U33, U34, U35 (picture above link)
2.Stabilizer broke, do not know what symbol?
3.I do not know what kind of diodes D50 and D51 and D4 in the attached pictures. I was looking at Google's symbol diodes D50 and D51, and unfortunately I did not find any information
4. The other elements is needed scheme

I'll add more photos tomorrow

Thank you for your help
Regards. Lee
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