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Motor Controller Board Schematic

I have a burnt out mosfet on the motor controller board. Wondering if anyone has a schematic to this treadmill board or a recommended Mosfet size to replace it. There are no part numbers on the mosfte.

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    outfield502 May 11, 2010

    you must first remove the damaged piece, and then note the number that is printed. you succeed in sales of electronic parts. you have some soldering experience, are you sure that only that part was damaged?

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If you are the original owner the parts in residential settings is lifetime so call body-solid @ 1-800-556-3113 ext 520

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