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Help identifying an IC

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I need to find a replacement or specs for the IC thats shown in the attached image. 

Here's the details: 

I'm working on repairing a controller circuit for a frequency up-convertor. I replaced 2 voltage regulators and that fixed the problem partially. The circuit runs for 10 minutes and then alarms with power supply fault (not a hard fault). I traced the problem and I found that the IC shown on the attached image is faulty. I researched the numbers on the IC with no luck finding any info. Any help, tips or ideas to help me out find a suitable replacement would be much appreciated.

 

 

Image link:

 

 

http://www.edaboard.com/attachments/100031d1387435516-img_3786-2-.jpg

post #2 of 4

You signed up to a headphone forum to post an electronics question not related to headphones in any way.

-1 internets for you

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Originally Posted by DingoSmuggler View Post
 

You signed up to a headphone forum to post an electronics question not related to headphones in any way.

-1 internets for you

 

- how many more internets for linking to an image on a forum that you need to be logged in to view? :p 


Edited by MisterX - 12/19/13 at 2:19pm
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Its such a fine line between stupid and clever. 

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