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datasheet and information about 6c17504 and 1d17409 8pin ic
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datasheet and information about 6c17504 and 1d17409 8pin ic

datasheet and information about 6c17504 and 1d17409 8pin ic

(OP)
hi , i have a power supply of epson eb-x41 projector that doesn't turn on . i haven't found the problem yet but in the power supply circuit it has 2 ics that i couldn't find any datasheet or just a little data about them, i think they should be switching ics but it's so strange for me why there is no data about them?!


RE: datasheet and information about 6c17504 and 1d17409 8pin ic

Sorry. You are doomed.

Those are custom marked and likely custom proprietary ICs. Epson is a semiconductor company and could easily create its own custom parts for an Epson product.

Keith Cress
kcress - http://www.flaminsystems.com

RE: datasheet and information about 6c17504 and 1d17409 8pin ic

Step 1: Replace all the electrolytic caps.
Step 2: Check all the surface mount caps.

90% of the fails at Rossmann and Big Clive involve those things. The surface mount ones fracture internally. Under a microscope one can sometimes see failure at the end cap. The surface mount caps can also short internally which is what usually interferes - pulling signal lines down.

RE: datasheet and information about 6c17504 and 1d17409 8pin ic

IR; Nice eye!

esinior; 3DDave's suggestion is the only option likely available. It's excellent advice too.

Also use a 75X microscope and examine every single solder joint.

Keith Cress
kcress - http://www.flaminsystems.com

RE: datasheet and information about 6c17504 and 1d17409 8pin ic

(OP)
thank you all guys very much. all of your advices is helpful . that scorch is For the sake of discharging cap. spark , my last multimeter was broken due to high voltage cap discharge and i discharged this 180u 450v one with a screwdriver instead of a lamp. and at last it seems i can't access the datasheets of these parts. thanks again

RE: datasheet and information about 6c17504 and 1d17409 8pin ic

(OP)
there are optocouplers and i should command the power supply to turn on i think

RE: datasheet and information about 6c17504 and 1d17409 8pin ic

Optocouplers are one IC that definitely wears out unlike most.

Keith Cress
kcress - http://www.flaminsystems.com

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