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Looking for schematic of Hitachi 43FDX01B TV- 18 pin transistor

I have a Hitachi 43FDX01B rear projection TV. it was in the middle of being repaired. no more repair guys. the tech removed two large (18 pin) transistors on a large heat sink. (large amplifiers?) i want to locate the parts and install them myself, but i don't have the parts and don't have a schematic.

how can i locate the parts?
their name/number?
any suggestions?
thanks,
Michael

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  • michaelbp Dec 26, 2008

    Thank you so much for your response.that's the information i needed.
    but i just checked, model # on my TV is the 53 (with "A") not 43.

    Model # 53FDX01BA
    i just wanted to make sure-
    is it still the same component number?
    STK392-110

    thanks again,
    Michael
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  • tararandy Mar 13, 2009

    I have the same convergance problem. Where are the IC's located? I know I can swap them out myself but need help locating them.

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The parts that are missing are likely to be the convergence ICs. These are STK392-110 and should be available online from any electonics parts supplier. Expect a cost of around $25 each.

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