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need pics of HCCA 5000 splx

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i am trying to teach myself amp repair, i removed the rectifiers to separate power and output sections of teh board. i did not realize at the time that the 4 chips were different, some npn and others pnp.

i hope someone can help as im stuck right now and dont know how to continue the repair with out this info

i am looking for pictures of this HCCA amp with the board exposed and the retention plates off for the mosfets. i need to see the writing on the rectifiers on the center/outside edge of the board.  i circled the spots here:

 

https://imgur.com/EA7Gitc

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dosent help. i need the retention plates that hold the fets to the heatsink removed. i need to be able to read the numbering on the fets to know which ones go in which pin locations

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They take the cover off at the end of the video if it helps or night.

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so the V2 is a different amp than teh splx?

im looking at buying a 2nd one so this is why i ask. the one i have is labled as SPLX on teh case.   when i look up the amp in v2 the case does not say splx and is labled 10000w instead of 5000 watts.

does that sound right, is that how i can tell them apart?

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1 hour ago, ncc74656 said:

so the V2 is a different amp than teh splx?

im looking at buying a 2nd one so this is why i ask. the one i have is labled as SPLX on teh case.   when i look up the amp in v2 the case does not say splx and is labled 10000w instead of 5000 watts.

does that sound right, is that how i can tell them apart?

Two different apms. There's actually 3 versions.

1) hcca 5000.1d

2) hcca 5000.1splx

3) hcca 5000.1d v2

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1 hour ago, ncc74656 said:

man that gets confusing...

The only ones that have 3 power and 3 grounds are the splx. Easiest way to tell the difference. 

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