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Old 3rd January 2013, 04:51 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by vkj View Post
The SMPS part TOP244 in my Denon 2910 has failed, and is a dead short. It seems to me that the SMPS is always the most failure prone part. Rather than replacing it I was wonderiing if it isnt better to replace the SMPS with a transformer and rectifier. The SMPS dc out feeds several 78xx linear regulators. IF some one has the schematic, I would be really appreciative if you could tell me the output dc voltages of the SMPS. It looks like there are two secondary windings, and hence two output dc voltages.

Thanks in advance.

Hi, I have schematic (service manual 13.9 mb). Give me your email address and I can send it to you.
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