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Part Idenfication I have the Philips 17PF8946A It has a heat sink on one of the boards with an IC or something connected to that heat sink. The heat is the biggest one on in the set. almost 3" long and about 1" high. It is the only one that large in the set, That 12 pin IC connected to it is burn so bad that I can't make out the numbers on the thing.

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  • mitchell239 Dec 21, 2007

    I need to to be able to read the numbers on that IC. I need it to be able to buy a replacement.

  • mitchell239 Dec 22, 2007

    This is what I need to replace. I can make out the AN7 H but nothing between. and the number below that which is 431. and on the board at pin 1, there is a number 7679. I need help to find out just what the other numbers should be on this device.







  • mitchell239 Dec 22, 2007

    I can post a better picture if needed.

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Hi,there is a notch or a hole on the top of the IC.
The pin adjacent to the notch is the pin number1
and the pin below no.1 is no.2
....no. the pins in the above fashion......all the best




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Posted on Dec 21, 2007

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    bharath m Dec 22, 2007

    CAN YOU TELL IT MORE PERFECT

  • bharath m
    bharath m Dec 24, 2007

    if the ic is damaged its better to replace it by a new one

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