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Parts substitute I just want to know the possible substitute for this transistor..FS5KM-10 which is easy to find in nearby electronics stores especially here in the philippines. Thank you.

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The NTE cross reference gave me this part # NTE2974.
Here is the data sheet: http://www.nteinc.com/specs/2900to2999/pdf/nte2974.pdf

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