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Possible heat sink (u1) burn, not sure of name located by(c16)

Small silver possible heat sink, located on side of possible mid size silver possible heat sink next to in put power supply. correct name ,value, and where to locate and buy one,thanks from winston.

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  • gordon7738 Jan 15, 2009

    LOCATED ON THE POWER BOARD OF LG- LRM-519 ARE FOUR SILVER UNITS POSSIBLE HEAT SINKS.VIEWING THE POWER BOARD FROM THE REAR ,THE SECOND ONE TO THE LEFT ATTACHED TO THE FIRST ONE,(HEAT SINK U1) ,ADJACENT TO CAPACITOR C16,THE CORRECT NAME AND LOCATION TO BUY SAME.
    IF YOU HAVE KNOWLEDGE OF THE POWER SUPPLY BOARD U1 IS BEHIND RESISTOR R8 WINSTON

  • gordon7738 Jan 15, 2009

    LOCATED ON THE POWER BOARD OF LG-LGM-519 ARE FOUR SILVER UNITS WITH FINS LIKE PROJECTIONS, I AM NOT SURE OF THE NAME THE LETTER BESIDE THE UNIT IS U1 ,U1 IS ADJECENT TO C16 CAPACITOR, AND RESISTOR R8 VIEWING FROM THE REAR OF POWER SUPPLY, PLEASE SUPPLY NAME OF UNIT U1 AND SUPPLYERS ECT WINSTON

  • gordon7738 Jan 16, 2009

    LOCATED ON THE POWER BOARD OF THE-LG-LGM-519 UNDER THE SMALL HEAT SINK IS A LITTLE BOX WITH ABOUT EIGHT PRONGS, IT COULD BE AIC DIODE, IDONT KNOW. THIS COMPONENT IS ADJACENT TO CAPACTOR C16,AND RESISTOR R8, ARE YOU FAMILIAR WITH THE ABOVE POWER BOARD?, DO YOU KNOW THE NAME AND THE RESISTANT VALUE OR CAPACIANT VALUE, AND VOLTAGE AND IT SUPPLYER WINSTON

  • gordon7738 Jan 16, 2009

    MY QUESTIONS ARE NOT ANSWER ARE YOU FAMILIAR WITH THE POWER BOARD OF THE LGM519 CAN YOU SUPPLY ME WITH THE INFORMATION I NEED, ICAN SEE THE COMPONENT IS DAMAGED, ITS UNDER THE SMALL HEAT SINK,PRIMARY SIDE ADJACENT TO C16 CAPACITOR AND RESISTOR R8, THE COMPONENT HAS U1 ON THE BOARD ,I REPLACED THE TWO 2200^F 10V CAP ALREADY WINSTON

  • gordon7738 Jan 18, 2009

    ON the LG- LGM-519 UNDER THE SMALL HEAT SINK IS A SMALL COMPONENT THIS COMPONENT IS ADJACENT TO CAPACITOR C16, and resistor R8.on the primary side of the power board. I remove it under it is ED14 , the slot on the board is u1. Can you supply me with the name ,and voltage etc, and where I can get one.thank winston

  • gordon7738 Jan 18, 2009

    Did you read the comment it under the small heat sink ,I remove the heat sink which was pasted on the component ,to take away the heat .

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I honestly would recommend that you rather replace the entire PSU. If it turns ot to be the heatsink, and it is modular, it can be replaced... I'm not sure what the price would be for a heatsink... go to a PC shop and see if they can give you one for free, or if they are really full of it, no more than R20 - R50? ($2 - $5 about?) but $5 is a bit expensive.

My honest proffesional advice? Buy a new PSU altogether.

Hope this solves your problem. :)


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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Could you post image(s) of the parts and/or section of the power supply board?

Pls post back result(s). Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

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Go to ear ly service shop or elecrician shop. it change it ot give solution to u.

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Winston,  without more exact details it would be difficult to give you suitable parts information.    Here is another option for your consideration.    http://cgi.ebay.com/LG-LRM-519-Digital-Media-Recorder-160-GB_W0QQitemZ160305698554QQcmdZViewItem

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