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Potentiometer and output transistors

I am trying to find a generic potentiometer that will replace the square 7mm grey pot with a white adjustment screw, it says 331 on it, no other markings.

Also the two output transistors MN15N and MN15P are blown. I found that the SAP15N and SAP15P are replacements for those, but only place that sells them is Newark and they charge a $15 handling fee.

Anyone know of another source for these parts besides direct from Denon?

Thank you.

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  • houptee Feb 28, 2008

    I found out that MCM electronics www.mcmelectronics.com is one authorized distributor for Denon Parts and had all the items I needed in stock for a fair price and 7.99 shipping.

    In case anyone is having trouble finding these parts the Denon numbers are:

    Variable resistor 331 = 2116131939 $00.47
    MN15N Transistor = 2740196007 $15.97
    MP15P Transistor = 2720157008 $12.58
    3200 Transistor = 2730458904 $00.84

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Try sony for the transistors, they use them too, but expect a handling and delivery charge from all suppliers these days. It sounds like a standard 330 ohm preset pot by your descriptions. There are more than a dozen varients to chose from. You will need to compare the lead setup and pitch to get the correct replacement. I use Farnell electronics to mix and match odd replacements. Good luck

http://www.farnell.com/

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Graeme

Posted on Feb 19, 2008

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