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Need parts for audiobahn A800T

I need to know the name of the part and where i can get replacements that connects the circuit board to the heatsink on my audio A800T amp. i have heard them called thermals.

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  • tim Feb 07, 2009

    Fqp50n06 are the only #s i see, And you can see they are physically damaged and fried. But I will try to get you some pics. Thanks for your time!

  • tim Apr 07, 2009

    i have replaced the transisters , the smaller ones connected to the heat sink , and now the opposite side of the board /the transisters on that side get really hot up to 110 degrees.what transisters should i use to replace the 50N06's if i cant find those exact ones ?

  • tim Apr 07, 2009

    It is the A8002T

  • tim Apr 10, 2009

    pbabin you have been agreat help i thank you for your time and patience. i am obviously a rookie ,but i really want to learn more. i am kinda on my own and struggling with this stuff. could you please tell me how to check with multimeter , if transisters are bad while in the circuit board , what readings should i get if good or bad . i was told to set the meter to continuity , is that correct. Again thank you for your time.

  • tim Apr 10, 2009

    pbabin you have been agreat help i thank you for your time and patience. i am obviously a rookie ,but i really want to learn more. i am kinda on my own and struggling with this stuff. could you please tell me how to check with multimeter , if transisters are bad while in the circuit board , what readings should i get if good or bad . i was told to set the meter to continuity , is that correct. Again thank you for your time.

  • tim Apr 12, 2009

    Wanted to send a heartfelt thanks, that link sure was a godsend . been pulling my hair out . thank you again. Tim

  • Perry Babin May 11, 2010

    I'm willing to help but you need to read the page link in the last reply. It tells you what you need to know and has links to pages that provide more information. You need to be familiar with the basics before we can procede.

  • Perry Babin May 11, 2010

    Try reading through THIS page. It should help you understand the basics and should save some time.

    When you check the transistors, you do NOT want to find anything near 0 ohms (or 0v if using diode check mode) when you place the meter's probes across the legs of any individual transistor.

  • Perry Babin May 11, 2010

    Why not order the 512-FQP50N06 from Mouser?

    What are the part numbers on the parts that are getting hot?

  • Perry Babin May 11, 2010

    Why not order the 512-FQP50N06 from Mouser?



    Is this an A800T or an A8000T?



    What are the part numbers on the parts that are getting hot?

  • Perry Babin May 11, 2010

    Mouser.com:

    512-FQP50N06



    You also need to check the output transistors and the power supply driver transistors. The driver transistors are probably labeled Qp1/Qp2.



    The output transistors are the larger transistors clamped to the heatsink. You should not read anything near 0 ohms between the legs of any individual transistor. If you do, it's probably defective.



  • Perry Babin May 11, 2010

    The thermals rarely fail. You're probably referring to the power supply FETs. What are the numbers on the face of the parts?



    Can you send me a photo of the failed part?



    babin_perry@yahoo.com

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