Denon avr1910 amplifier repair

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Hello,

My denon avr1910 amplifier has blown a transistor due to water being splashed on it. The blown transistor is on the front-panel circuit board - it's a D2390 96p. Unfortunately I cannot find one of these transistors online.

Would anyone happen to know how to obtain one or if there is a suitable alternative? For example I am able to source a D2390 61p.

thanks in advance!
 
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It is AVC1910 not AVR
I have no manual but a front panel transistor will be a switching transistor I expect. The AVC1909 states that the front panel is not serviceable and there is no schematic.

How do you know its a completely different model number? OP said AVR-1910 which is definately a real model. I think I even have one in the shed.
 
Many thanks for all your replies - and for the link to the manual.

I think nec3 is right - it's a 2SD2390Y, it's on p72 of the manual at the bottom right of the schematic.

I'm pretty confident that this is the fault point because there's a sort of blast-radius emanating from the transistor on the PCB and the transistor has already gone rusty (the water was salty).

I've bought a 2SD2390 from Farnell.

I'll clean the gunk off the pcb, replace the transistor and keep my fingers crossed!
 
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