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Discussion in ‘ Electronics Resources ‘ started by zvirOct 22, Substitute transistors Reply to Thread. Oct 22, 1. Oct 22, 8 0. Dear everyone, I would like to ask a question. I burned out a few transistors in a Peavey PV Specifically, 2n36338 transistors are MPS and MPS, which are quite hard to find for a relatively small amount of money.
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Peavey lists 2N and 2N as substitutes, but those are also quite rare. I would like to ask if anyone can help me with an advice about these. I’ve been googling for a few hours, and I can’t find any useful stuff.
Which common transistors can be used as replacements for these burned ones? Thank you in advance. Oct 22, 2. Dec 20, 10, 1, I used the old MPS transistor 37 years ago because it was cheap. They were made by Motorola then. Fairchild’s old datasheet says to see their PNA datasheet for characteristics.
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A transistor burns out because there is something wrong in its circuit. Then a replacement transistor will also burn out. Oct 23, 3. Audioguru, thank you for your answer.
However, it leaves me pretty much exactly where I left off.
In my country, PN series of transistors has rarely been seen, and local electronic stores do not have them. I found a website with a cross referencing database: I checked the datasheets, and they datassheet fairly similar to the original transistors. However, I am not very experienced in this kind of things, so I would like to ask you, or anyone else who has more dtaasheet than me, to double check the specs of those for me I am aware that other things might be burned out too.
Even though everything else seems okay, I plan on changing every transistor and op-amp in that section, just in case. However, I am certain that the cause of these transistors burning out is not within the circuit itself.
The thing is, a few weeks ago I 23638 a faulty cable to connect the speaker to the amplifier, and accidentally burned out the entire power output stage of the amplifier. I then replaced pretty much everything in the output stage.
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Since this amplifier is pretty tightly packed, I had to disassemble half of it to be able to disconnect the output stage. Among other things, I disassembled the mains input board, and made a grave mistake of not photographing it to make it easier to put back together. I had no idea whatsoever of how to put it back dztasheet, so i made a few guesses. I was completely wrong a couple of times, nothing worked.
Once, i managed to activate only the ventilator, the other time I managed to activate the amplifier, but the ventilator was dead, and the last time, i burned out the amplifier, which means I must have connected something wrong.
I intend to fix what I burned, hook the amplifier to a laboratory supply, and check everything. And lastly, I would try a few more times to connect the mains input board correctly. The problem is that Peavey’s service manual says absolutely nothing about how to connect that darasheet, or I am unable to find the needed information.
2N3638 PNP Transistors
Would anyone be very kind and check that for me, and possibly give a few hints? I would be more than happy to provide the schematics. How can I substitute 2n35 and 2n transistors? Posted by jkcobain in forum: Transistors Posted by skiddman in forum: Transistors Posted by domandrzejczuk dtasheet forum: You May Also Like: Biometric Security Measures can be Hacked Easily, Here’s Why Biometric databases and photographs allow a hacker to fool a fingerprint scanner without access to your hand or even a print left on an object.
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