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Old 02-22-2020, 10:42 AM   #1
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Default Dell 23" monitor model ST2310f inverter fault

Hi guys,
I got in this set and i need some advice. There is an IC on a small upright board that solders into the power supply that drives the ballast transformer. The chip is marked AO3436 and has the shape of a rectangular 8 pin SMD I C. The chip is two mosfet transistors in one ic package. I get no info on this chip and neither a schematic online. I am not closeby to take photos because at that time i gave up trying to fix it. Does anybody in the forum know what i am talking about and can advise me on how to proceed. Its only a replacement chip that i need or maybe configure two n-channel mosfets to do the work.
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