Need to find a place that carries authentic Ic's (STK392-560)
I have been reading up on how to replace them and I think I have a pretty good Idea of how to do it. I have taken one of them out allready. My problem is that I can not find a good place in which to purchase these parts from. The Ic's also have a number on the top right corner, in my case the number is A3G01. Now I seem to locate different places that carry the product but all of them have a different number in the right hand corner, why? I also read to look out for imitations and that if the code in the upper right starts with B then they are imitation parts and not to purchase them as they will fault again. How true is that? The pricing is really confusing me as well as I have seen some from $5.99 all the way up to $35 and they all state that they are authentic Sanyo parts. Any help on were to locate the authentic part will be greatly appreciated. Thanks for you help in advance.
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I just replaced mine. I got them from ebay. Get the sanyo originals. The numbers in the upper corner don't matter. Just the STK part. DON'T get cheap ones. Get actual Sanyo originals. Should cost around $15 or so may $18 after shipping. Don't forget to check the Pico fuses too. They are the yellow resistor looking pieces under the IC Heat sinks. They are 3.15 on the IC's and 5a on the power board. I can send pics if you need them. Good luck.
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Try and send them again but remember the code :)
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Sayo makes the best IC's, don't just settle for the cheap ones. I have see this ic for as low as $5.00 on the internet.
I would also advise that the convergence IC’s be OEM or better, just because they are cheap does not mean that they are a good deal. I have seen the cheap IC’s fail after a short time, even though they look exactly like the OEM IC’s. I think that the bottom line is that you will get what you pay for when it comes to the parts.
knocking in an engine is never a good thing. I'd check three things: engine bearings, valve lifters and timing chain, all of which can make noise. First thing though, is to put a mechanical gauge in place of the sending unit and check actual engine oil pressure. this will give you a good idea what is going on. low readings can be bearings, normal readings can be the other two items. I could give you a definite idea by listening, but I really can't hear it from here.!(one of the frustrating drawbacks to doing this online) An experienced tech can listen and tell you pretty much what's going on.
you will no doubt need two STK392-560 ICs and quite possibly two 3.5 amp pico fuses, and its a good idea to get two 4.7 ohm 1/2 watt resistors as well. You can get all the parts you need at the following link and they will provide free installation instructions with pictures and free online tech support while you do the actual repair if you need it. Heres the link. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
Yes the STK 392-150 is a better quality IC. You will need to replace both of them. Also if you purchase the ICs from the link i am posting they provide free instalation instructions with pictures and also have free insatant messageing tech available which is completely free. I am one of their support techs and they are a good site heres the link if you want to check them out. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
To my knowledge Stk392-180's are not a good sub for -110's...
Hitachi STK392-110 subbed to -150 and currently subs to
STK394-160E = HITACHI PART # CZ 01341 = an upgrade = the
best IC for your repair.....Please read some of my solutions for
more details.....Here is the basic idea...when I repair a convergence circuit,my first thought is = are my replacement parts OEM quality or better ? A cheap generic second will just BURN RESISTORS so why would I use them? New,proper IC's
should never burn resistors ! The wattage of resistors is a minor
issue concerning damage from failure of original IC's...the right
choice of IC replacement is of MAJOR importance ! .........T.
Problem could be low voltage from power supply as well as the amp ic for the convergence board. Need to take voltage readings from the test points on the board and compare them to the readings you should be getting from the service manual.