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Replacing The STV-3H and -4H Diodes
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Old 5th February 2010, 02:07 AM   #1
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I have seen many threads where the advice varied, so I wanted to nail this down so that anyone else that needed to replace one of these diodes had a good handle on what was needed, and what would work. Certainly my testing was limited to what I had laying around, but I'd still like to find a combination of small-signal diodes that would work better to replace the STV-3H, as the UF4004's are pretty clunky to work with in this application.
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