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PTC Thermistor in 11AK19

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Joe Kelleher, May 10, 2005.

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  1. Joe Kelleher

    Joe Kelleher Guest

    I need to replace the degaussing posistor on an 11AK19 board, but knowing
    little about thermistors, I don't know what to buy to replace it. The old
    one is marked something like

    SBC
    MZ22A03M
    AC230V

    which doesn't tell me anything about the spec that I didn't know already.
    Grandata.co.uk stock a selection, but again no specs:

    PTC96006
    PTC96101
    PTC96116
    PTC96209
    PTC96211
    PTC96216
    PTC96616
    PTC96626
    PTCJ29P19

    Do these numbers mean anything to anyone? Should I just pick a random
    selection, and see which doesn't blow the fuse? Other posters here have
    suggested these things are pretty much interchangeable between sets, making
    me think this shouldn't really be a big deal.

    Thanks,

    Joe
     
  2. Joe Kelleher

    Joe Kelleher Guest

    I need to replace the degaussing posistor on an 11AK19 board, but
    For what it's worth - I ordered a 96211 on the offchance, and found this was
    a 3-leg PTC/NTC combination, while I only needed a simple 2-leg PTC device.
    However, after taking apart the 96211, identifying the PTC disc and putting
    it in the original thermistor housing, the TV is working again. The discs
    were about the same thickness, but the new disc is slightly smaller in
    diameter.


    Joe
     
  3. Guest

    These 2 are equivalent to eachother and by far the most common 3 legged
    Philips/BC-Components PTC types.
     
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