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Old 4th June 2009, 12:07 AM   #31
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So where is a good spot to buy small quantities of these mosfets and the transistors?

Digikey has them but it is in bulk quantities of 100. I saw a pair of msofets that I need on ebay, but its ebay and the parts are from taiwan so I don't know what standard they are built to.

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I finally go around to getting some replacement FETS and soldered them in.

No go and it didn't fix it. The green light went on but it would go into protect mode after about 5mins, same thing it did before I replaced the FETs.'

It currently will not go into protect mode and the lights no longer light up.
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Have just been reading your progress, but there is no conclusion. Were you able to repair the unit, and if so, what was the problem?

I currently have a HCA-1200II with similar problems.

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Parasound 1200 II left channel static and.... Parasound 1200 II left channel static and....
Hello!
I'm also in need of help... -bias-adjustment on one ch is "dead" -no reaction on pot, (have swapped pot too) measure minus 3-4V ! (and not mV).
There was a pcb-error on mine, shorting the mica-cap C111, took a while before I found the error(connected to Q109-collector in both ends). But the 10pF cap is not the problem here...
(Right ch is ok).
OpAmp(servo)swap did not make any change

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