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Regulated Power supply

Replaced IC power regulator 2 times always blown out,what is the cause of this? can you help me please.

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  • iskwik Mar 15, 2008

    Sony Trinitron KVG21M2

    chassis # BG2S

    thank you for your good help maybe someday i can help you too.

  • Jaime Hernandez May 11, 2010

    Can you give us more info, model and chassis number of TV?

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If the regulator is being shorted right after you replace it, I would say that you have a polarized part that is doing that. I would suggest to check all the diodes and capacitors around the power supply circuitry, There is a posibility that T601 is shorted internally, also check IC603 for s shorted condition..
Check this picture for the power supply schematic.Regulated Power supply - d4d913d.jpg

Posted on Mar 16, 2008

  • Jaime Hernandez Mar 16, 2008

    Check Q561, Q801(H.Drive), Q802(H. Out) as well.


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http://www.datasheetcatalog.org/datasheet/philips/TDA3653.pdf

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