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Default sub a KA3842 with a TL3842 ?

got a monitor chassis with a bad ka3842. i have a tl3842, but am not well versed enough to compare via datasheets. can i do the substitution?

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Default sub a KA3842 with a TL3842 ?

On Tuesday, December 18, 2018 at 10:54:00 PM UTC-5, wrote:
got a monitor chassis with a bad ka3842. i have a tl3842, but am not well versed enough to compare via datasheets. can i do the substitution?

thanks


Not telling you what to do (and I didn't go through every parameter), but they're close enough where I'd try it.

I might disconnect the output to make sure it doesn't cause an over volt in case the feedback is different.


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