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Burnt transistor with letters and numbers first row (IRFZ44N) second row (I R 544M) third row (03 65)

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Dude irfz44n is the transistor number... it is quite a common transistor... ask for it in the nearby electronics shop and fix the problem...

Posted on Nov 09, 2008

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    Paul David Apr 14, 2011

    still burnin them is it the resistors not workin causing this

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**Edited 1/18/10 - Additions at bottom**
I had purchased a used, working well, Bantam BC6 battery charger/discharger/analyzer... quite a fancy & high-tech unit if I do say so myself.
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