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Hello all. I tried to locate a chat room for this specifically but...this is the only thing that I've found.

I'm not electronically knowledgeable enough to know what to do so, here's my question;
I have a blown HER303 and I'm wondering if I should replace it with a "larger" diode? I ask this since it looks like it stays pretty hot whenever energized.

Oh yea, this is a compact hard drive power supply.

Any help would be VERY appreciated.

~Jef

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On Friday, February 5, 2021 at 5:47:42 PM UTC-5, Jef Od wrote:

UPDATE: I really don't understand this depth of verbiage but, I found this post and would very much appreciate some "seasoned guidance".

This Mouser diode has both lower reverse recovery time and is rated for 4 Amps at 80C.
http://www.mouser.com/search/Product...wrlOf4Ew%3D%3D

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