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Where is the "HOT" transistor.... ?

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Tom MacIntyre

Jan 1, 1970
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Hmmm...in light of a recent exchange here , we'll make you work a bit.
:)

It's the one whose 55VDC collector B+ is fed to it through an FBT
winding. It is from a very common Philips HOT transistor family. It's
in the second picture.

Well, you were the one who talked about learning, and I believe in
teaching to fish rather than giving the fish.

Tom
 
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Eric

Jan 1, 1970
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why don't you go to www.google.com and look for a tutorial on HOT &/or FBT.

You will then not only get to find your HOT you might also got to know how
it works.

: Or the one right above it ?
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: ERIC
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: : > Is this it.......
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: > G40B
: > IRF530 ??
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: > ERIC
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: > : > > On Sat, 13 Sep 2003 15:36:29 GMT, "Katmandu" <[email protected]>
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: > > >.... in these schematics ?
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: > > >http://www.85merk.com/members/katmandu/Monitor/
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: > > >Thanks!
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: > > >ERIC
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: > > Hmmm...in light of a recent exchange here , we'll make you work a bit.
: > > :)
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: > > It's the one whose 55VDC collector B+ is fed to it through an FBT
: > > winding. It is from a very common Philips HOT transistor family. It's
: > > in the second picture.
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: > > Well, you were the one who talked about learning, and I believe in
: > > teaching to fish rather than giving the fish.
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: > > Tom
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Katmandu

Jan 1, 1970
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I did.

Thanks Tom.

Know any good repair shops near Dayton, Ohio ?



ERIC
 
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