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What component is a C5021F-R

Friends: I have a Daewoo DV-K84N VCR. The problem is there is no power supply. I found a 3-pin component, C5021F-R burnt. Please tell me what this component is and if there is any cross reference. Thank you.

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switch mode power supply? it has a in or primary side and out the secondary side of a switch mode transformer.

check the driver IC that runs Q102 it makes a oscillation that Q102 amplifies. now the secondary if has a short will blow the Q102 look for shorted rectifiers in the secondary and fuse resistors that are open, even go far downstream and check the HOT for short.

Posted on Feb 23, 2008

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It is a capacitor numbered C501 and it's 0.01uf 5.5v.
You have to remove the mechanical part to get to the board.
G.A. Sheffield

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For the manual, please click here. I will guide you from the chat Window.

And for the remote, please click here.

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