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colt45lush 2nd May 2006 11:29 PM

help please mtx 4250d
 
fried amp please help! Need some info without being too technical.
Looks like I fried one of these transistors correct. I'm looking for a exact word for word replacement part #,should I replace more than one or any thing else. Need to know if I should use comp thermal paste under them to the heat sink. Any info would help, putting it
in isnt a problem just the technical stuff. By the way I have searched
for the part and there are too many companies and differnt simillar part
#'s for me to choose thank you....need to be up and running soon!!!

http://i70.photobucket.com/albums/i1...h/IMG_1198.jpg


part# 75339p

bil 27th May 2006 08:43 AM

75339p
 
Hi, you can find the 75339p at digikey.com. It will begin by hu... but it is the same. I already ordered from them and it worked.

IVX 27th May 2006 09:17 AM

http://www.fairchildsemi.com/ds/HU%2FHUF75339P3.pdf

BTW, You can do some tweak, just replace all 4 ones to irf3205z for much more current ability.


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