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Old 27th May 2006, 03:45 AM   #1
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Default Need a TDA7560

Anyone have a spare one they may like to trade? My el cheapo car CD player let some magic smoke out and I traced it back to pins 5 thu 9 on the TDA7560 chip. Trouble is the part to buy is about as much as I paid for the whole unit and I don't have proof of purchase to claim warranty and I find it difficult to throw out an otherwise perfectly good piece of equipment for something like a one cooked part.

Now as to why the smoke came out - I left the original cassette player in the car and spliced the speaker wires together - has been working OK for 9 months playing mainly CDs and the occassional tape. The Smoke come out while playing a tape. The pins affected on the amp chip are two of the output pins and V+ and GND Should I install a switch to ensure only one unit can power up at a time?
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