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As you can see by the image, they say only C Design Help with circuit design: Now to be honest, I hadn’t thought about the heat of the tube having an effect on the transistors’ heatsinks doing their jobs, but there’s enough room above that I don’t think it’s the primary problem.
I didn’t look very closely into how good of a replacement it might be so do your own research before committing to a buy.
OK, go right ahead; you ARE ‘troubleshooting’! Is it a modular system such as: What is this Identifying an electronic component in an electronic assembly. However in my experience the selection of these third party sites isn’t always great, and the slightly more time consuming manual way is often much better.
One is printed on the PCB, and reads: Even if you have to pay for a house call catasheet would be better than damaging your Gauntlet machine beyond repair by dicking around with it speaking from experience, having broken way too much stuff when I should have called an expert.
High voltages are potentially dangerous.
Note the dedicated subreddits below eg: Might someone have worked on your machine before and used the wrong part? Google easily tells you everything you need. Does anyone have a preferred site for cross referencing old transistors? Commercial buying, selling, consulting jobs: Electrical wiring home, industrial: Tue May 12, 8: I’m helping a friend repair a Neo-Geo arcade cabinet, and I’m having trouble finding a modern part that would be a suitable replacement for the 2SC transistors that are used to drive the colors of the CRT.
Please also read the last paragraph of the Embedded tag. I honestly think the crappy heatsinks that it came with have the most to do with it.
So there are only transistors on the board? What this comes down to is a few questions: Thu May 14, 2: What does it say?
2SC Datasheet(PDF) – Savantic, Inc.
I’m trying to fix this to sell it. Definitely put good heatsinks on, and use thermal grease. No datssheet ‘which is best’ and ‘where to buy’-type questions please. Electronics Design – specialist subreddits Audio construction: Also for advice on electronic component specs pinout, equivalents, timing, signal levels etc.
Buying and general tech.
I know fuckall about the properties of transistors, but I do know how to solder and make 2zc1507 electronic repairs. Just solder some jumper wires between points on the same trace on opposite sides of the damage.
Originally posted by Gandalf If they’ve overheated it’s probably advisable anyway. What about what it says on the ones you have?
2SC Datasheet, PDF – Qdatasheet
Please check all tag descriptions before choosing one. Modification Modifying an electronic circuit or product at component level. The only fans in the machine are on the PC PSU, and then one 80mm blowing over an area of the game board and another blowing over the 3Dfx card attached to the game board.
Silicon NPN Power Transistors
Lighting, audio, wiring, fixing etc. I s’pose that is, but what I got was that he thought I might possibly have left out a part of the label. So it has smaller transistors, resistors, etc.
Sun May 10, 1: Apparently the Sanyo part number for those 3 transistors is 2SC You may be able to use the separated traces, I think I would try replacing the transistors, cutting off the separated traces up to a good section of trace, datasheeh solder wires where the traces should be. Please tell us roughly where you live – especially if you are looking for a local supplier!