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What is DP8? - Macintosh Analog Board

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It's been recommended to replace DP3, DP4 diodes which I am ordering.  They look fine except the solder joints look burnt.  What I can't find is DP8.  It's a little diode maybe similar to DP3.  I can't tell because it burned up.  The 1st picture is just my board model.  The 2nd shows DP8 under that blue cap.   What is this called, so I can order a new one?

Thanks for your help!!

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removed one from the board to check the markings,

the diode is a

PH-73D

 

the resistor next to it is 10 ohm

Edited by marcelv

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Took me some while to find the exact diode type. It's a philips BYD73D. In fact, I just registered just to write this here. You won't find anything by searching for "PH-73D", so I looked through some old philips components catalogues.

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