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By on August 4, 2010

With this website, it will be easy for you to look for the availability of the parts that you are searching for.It will query over 20 electronics distributors in real time so you do not need to waste your time searching parts from one distributor to another. Please click on the photo above to try search for the parts.



  1. ver

    August 9, 2010 at 12:05 pm

    Hi Jestine good day, i'm back just want help from you i have LCD monitor Dell model# E177FPC blackout problem which i could not find the replacement part in the market part# U401 single FET i look at the internet its shows dual P channel,Jestine i will appreciate if you could give the replacement part no.if there is from your expertice.
    Thanks in advance..

    Ver Longcop,

  2. David

    August 9, 2010 at 5:54 pm

    Very helpful for looking up electronic parts really quick. Thanks 🙂

  3. admin

    August 9, 2010 at 10:06 pm

    HI Ver,

    Do you have the part number?


  4. Patrick

    September 10, 2010 at 3:56 am

    Dear Sirs, I am looking to purchase individual replacement "pcb buffers" to repair plasma and LCD boards. Have large supply of parts. Own large tV, appliance & electronic recycling company. Repair and retail. wholesale 600 units / month.

    Also need source for DLP replacement lamps. Containers ok. Want goodvrelationship with good people to make good business and money for all.

    Please help. In America very hard to source DLP lamps, Drivers for LCD, Individal buffers for LCD, STK IC's and other parts for decent price.

    Thank you for kind help!


  5. admin

    September 10, 2010 at 6:38 am

    HI Patrick,

    Have you visit ? You may also contact Luca (Italy) at info(at)


  6. Bill Brachhold

    September 10, 2010 at 9:50 am

    Hi Jestine,

    I have a ViewSonic VX710 I am repairing for a friend. It had 4 bulging electrolytic caps, which I replaced. It also has a brown glue used to hold down parts, that is very corrosive, and the glue had eaten the leg off of a .15UF mylar cap. I was able to salvage the cap, by scraping away some of the plastic coating around that leg of the cap, and soldering on a new lead. Re-installed it on the MB, and powered the unit up. It just blinks GREEN on the LED. Substituted good lamps, with no difference. Found a blown transistor in the backlight inverter circuit that had the eaten away mylar cap.

    My problem is that I cannot identify the blown transistor. It is a SOT-23 package, marked with a 'DK' at one end, and a 'QA' at the other end. Do you have any idea what this transistor is ??



  7. admin

    September 10, 2010 at 10:10 pm

    HI Bill,

    Sorry no info on that because i do not have the schematic and the Monitor with me otherwise i could open up the monitor and see the part number. If the transistor is located in one of the lamp circuit (assuming bottom lamp) then you can compare it with the other lamp circuit (upper lamp.



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