[TechAssist] Re: transistor

Frank,
Your original Q4101 should have been a D2012, and from a quick glance at the
two spec sheets NTE2311 should have worked, so I would guess that's not your
problem, just a symptom.  Check your regulator U4101, which should be a
STK730-010 and will cross with a NTE7125.  Also check CR4122 and your 333k
resistor at R4110, which may be taking a quite a stress if it is your
regulator.
Hope this helps...
Bill
Premium Technologies
Ocean Park, Washington
----- Original Message -----
From: "Frank Miranda" <magicll@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <techassist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, January 21, 2002 11:34 PM
Subject: [TechAssist] transistor


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> I'm working in CTC169JA5,I find in short Q 4101, and replace for NTE2311,
> thetv no working. and find CR4118 with leak, only have 7.2 volt , replace
> fornew one an voltage is ok 15.0 volt, the TV star and work for only 25
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> and Q4101 is blown again. Do you have answer about the transistor ? or I
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