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Old 20th January 2004, 08:14 PM   #1
tdrenne is offline tdrenne  France
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Default Replacement transistor Exicon 10P16 and 10N16 by 2SJ50 and 2SK135

Hi everybody,

i need some assistance. I have replaced on an DH200 amplifier the 4 output transistors by channel EXICON 10p16 and 10n16 by Hitachi 2sj50 and 2sjK35 (a little expensive) and now when i on the two fuses on each channel blow up.
There is too one resistance warm a lot near the bias adjustement.....
If someone have an idea of what is the problem???
IS there another component to replace with the replacement of the transistors???
Then i have readen that those transistors are equivalents....

thanks for your answers
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