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Pioneer DV-606D Player

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  1. Pdelpriore

    Pdelpriore Guest

    Weird symbol for what looks like a Solid State rectifier. Three parallel bars
    with a slanted line running through them. The label on the circuit board is
    D102. The part is labeled SKV 682. This is in a Pioneer DV-606D DVD player.
    Fuse blows. Traced to this part, removed it and it measures about 0.2 ohms
    either direction so am sure it is blown.
    Can anyone help me to find a replacement?

    Thanks in advance.

    Paul
     
  2. ampdoc

    ampdoc Guest

    It's a TVS diode, for overvoltage protection. designed to short in the event
    of high line voltage. Connected in paralell with the incoming AC right?
    Replace with K1V26
    http://parts.pioneerelectronics.com/part.asp?productNum=K1V26

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    Jammy Harbin
    J & J Electronics, Inc
    227 S. 4Th St.
    Selmer, TN 38375
    731-645-3311
     
  3. I agree, replace with a K1V26. The original looks like an MOV, but Pioneer
    doesn't supply it. They used the K1V26 on earlier models, and I talked with
    their techs about it, the K1V26 is OK in this circuit.

    Mark Z.
     
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