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Help to recognize the IC marking

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Willen

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The IC used in a power supply as a switching IC of KONKA TV mainboard. The marking "out" and other tiny letters seems unique or encoded. There I can see the IC driving a small smd transistor (maybe) and the transistor driving the final MOSFET which is driving the transformer.

So what is the real number/name of the IC (6 pin SMD) so that I can search about it or replace it.
 

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gophert

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Hey Willen!
Excellent photo. Did you have a question?
 

Willen

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Hi,
I thought the title will be enough. :) I will edit.
 

unclejed613

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it could also be a dual transistor. btw i see some insect wings and what looks to be some dead insects next to that large resistor...
 

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unclejed613

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Gave ya a "Like", JimB, but only because there's no "Groan" Smiley... :banghead:
i thought about it when i posted, but it was too obvious, would have required a double groan...
 

JimB

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The old jokes are always the best ones.

Apologies to Willen for the thread drift/hijack, but I just could not resist it.

At least atferrari has been diligent and found the answer to Willens question.

JimB
 

Willen

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Is this one you are asking about?
Hi,
Sorry, I am not asking about the bigger MOSFET, I am asking about smaller 6 pin IC marked as "out".
The old jokes are always the best ones.

Apologies to Willen for the thread drift/hijack, but I just could not resist it.

At least atferrari has been diligent and found the answer to Willens question.

JimB
It's fine, laughing is good for health. I already crossed through the debugging process and fixed or terminated some bugs. And the problem of firmware has been solved :) but question about hardware is still alive.
 
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