[TechAssist] Re: Panasonic CT32G11.Ch# ARED276 Stk Reg too hot

You are right it says 730-020B on the back of it  Thanks Eric
Eric Manuel
 E M Electronics
 Deer Lake Nfld
 Canada

MDileo0000@xxxxxxx wrote:
> 
> The original used is an STK730-020A. These are screened for their fast slew
> rate for full turn on and do run hot. The case stamp of the original will not
> have an "A" on it or any other mark, but on the heatsink backplate it will be
> marked STK730-020B. Stupid system but true. The current capacity of the non 
> "A"
> type is the same but will derate rapidly as the temperature rises and will
> fail. -030 or -150 will not hold up for the same reason. Maybe a -050 will 
> work
> as I was advised by someone that they were using it reliably. I suspect it
> will draw more total current. The original is NLA from Panasonic, still 
> available
> from B&D Enterprises and Tritronics and they absolutely are the same as
> original. Little chance there is anything else wrong in the circuit it is 
> installed
> in.
> 
> Dominic DiLeo
> Atlantic TV
> Freeport, Maine
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> 
> In a message dated 9/16/04 6:40:57 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> tvman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx writes:
> 
> << Hi Dominic the reg that was shorted was STK730-020 I replaced it with
>  an STS730-030 but it gets too hot the picture is good.Any tips on what
>  else to check..Thanks Eric
> 
>   Eric Manuel
>   E M Electronics
>   Deer Lake Nfld
>   Canada
> 
>  MDileo0000@xxxxxxx wrote:
>  >
>  > What is the regulator stamp number?
>  >
>  > Dominic DiLeo
>  > Atlantic TV
>  > Freeport, Maine
>  > ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
>  >
>  > In a message dated 9/16/04 4:12:47 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
>  > tvman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx writes:
>  >
>  > << Hi need some info reg is too hot checked all caps changed
>  >  1 but still
>  >  seems too hot.Any tips  thanks Eric
>  >   Eric Manuel
>  >   E M Electronics
>  >   Deer Lake Nfld
>  >   Canada
>  >
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