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component identification

jaysavagevapes

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Hi All,

Warning I have Aspergers and ramble on so plz accept my apologies)

I need help identifying a component so I can source a replacement to fix an audio crossover.

I have a set of JAMO Cornet 175 speakers and they sound Beautiful that was until transport damaged the internal crossover board breaking the component I asking about and a few other bits that I can fix.

I will upload a pic of the component and one of how it is utilised on the board from the unbroken speaker.

Any help is greatly appreciated and I appreciate any feedback, Advise etc

I am new to this but I have an aspiring passion to learn how to fix electronics I take inspiration from YouTubers like
My Mate Vince
StezstixFix
TronicsFix

I hope to hear back soon

Kind regards

Jay
 

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Like I can find thermistors that have the C955 numbers on but not with the 0020 and wondered if I get the one Marked C955 would that work?
 
Thank you both for your replies can’t I ask another Question I’ve now found a Replacement TDK C955 Thermistor does the last 4 digits refer to anything ?

Like I can find thermistors that have the C955 numbers on but not with the 0020 and wondered if I get the one Marked C955 would that work?
As per the data sheet it's just a date code, YYWW
 
Thank you both for your replies can’t I ask another Question I’ve now found a Replacement TDK C955 Thermistor does the last 4 digits refer to anything ?

Like I can find thermistors that have the C955 numbers on but not with the 0020 and wondered if I get the one Marked C955 would that work?
Read #3 again. I would have mentioned anything else if it was important.
 

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