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NEED TRANSISTOR PART NUMBER FOR SAMAUNG 150N MONITOR . Q201 AND Q202 THE PART NUMBER READS R04 AND R54 DO NOT KNOW WHAT

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volto user_offline.gif Junior Member Join Date: Oct 2007 Posts: 1
10-30-2007, 07:54 PM I have the same monitor and it had the same problem, I got it for $10 at a garage sale because they "didnt know if it worked or not" BS, they knew it was broke. But i accepted the challenge. There are four transistors on the power supply board detailed as Q759, Q760, Q739 and Q740. It is usually just two that go bad on these monitors, but instead of hassling with testing all four, I would recommend just replacing all four. Here are some replacement part numbers. I used NTE2524, same as NTE2525, and paid about $1.25 each.
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