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« on: September 09, 2020, 02:37:59 am »
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Hello people. My name is Gerson I am from Brazil. I have a Garret infinium Ls detector and he had a problem.
can someone help me identify these two components (1) BURNED and (2) HEATING. WHAT TYPES AND VALUES OF THESE CAN WE REPLACE?

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Understand this third-party detector, the first week of use and the problems with it. It is in continuous motion and cannot detect any object in my research. I even got a TV technician. My friend and he did a general cleaning with isopropyl alcohol and changed three of these common electrical capacitors, which is clearly visible on the board, it was none of the smds. After this maintenance, it returned to work for a few more days, and when I was using it on the beach with it attached to my chest, I felt a slight burning smell, so where for the second time the technician opened the detector again and we noticed the burning of component number ( 1) that I highlighted in the photo, and he also found a defect in component number (2) that I also highlighted in the photo. There is also some suspicion about the coil cable of this detector, it is apparently with INTERNAL WIRING very twisted and shows this on the outer cover of that same wire. I think that coil is also doomed. Thank you for your help and I hope for some more information. Sorry for my english, I'm using google translator.

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« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2020, 01:35:57 pm »
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you may have a problem with the coil.
any way
by the look of it component 1 is an smd capacitor.
Can't tell the value possible the same value as the next to it.
No2 is a transistor you need a magnifying glass to read the value of it.
possible a general purposes npn
look at the info for the coil

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