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Power supply blew U301 (5M02659R chip)

Worked flawlessly until one day on power-up, the 5M02659R chip U301in the power module exploded, melting off pins 1,2,3 of its DIP8 package. Where can I get the power module cheap to try if the rest of the unit is OK?

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  • rysec Sep 01, 2008

    No 3.3V but I noticed +12, -12, +5V, -24V. However, the display module connector has also STDBY pin, S5V and AC1 and AC2 of unspecified parameters... which is a bit of a pain to figure out what it should be and if I don't plug in the display module I may not be able to get the buttons working and / or remote control. I don't feel like tinkering with it as this is a cheepo machine. Thanks.
    J.


  • srini-elec Feb 27, 2009

    I have same problem, 5M02659R Pin 1 and 2 explode!!


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I don't know where you can get a replacement module, but this dvd player uses very standard voltages (3.3, 5, 12, etc). If you feel up to it you can power it up with a standard desktop ATX supply. It's just a matter of matching the proper wires. I do believe they are labelled in the player.

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