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Power up problem

I am an engineer and have traced the problem to a driver on the small high voltage circuit board. Where can I get the board which is a SAMPO QPWBGl9931DLD. The components are not labeled so replacing the driver would be impracticle. I hate to fill our landfils and would like to save it. Gary

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    I have ordered the replacement card. I feel sure the individual driver (transistor) would be hard the obtain since it is not marked with a part number or else I would have ordered it a a fraction of the cost.

    Thanks for the Info on the supplier. I was unable to locate it myself.




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