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airwave 634 cracked component module

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Hello all,

I receive a receiver with AWM634 RX module, when I check it, it have a cracked component (see photo attached).

Someone can lead me to the right component?

I want to replace it and recover the receiver, but don't know what to buy.

Thanks for your help

jalves

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It's the ceramic filter for the audio. If you don't need both audio channels then perhaps removing it will be the only thing you have to do.

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It's the ceramic filter for the audio. If you don't need both audio channels then perhaps removing it will be the only thing you have to do.

Besides the audio channel, could this shut down the receiver?

Thanks for your promptly reply.

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You are entering uncharted waters. The only way to know for sure is to just try it.

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Hello all,

I receive a receiver with AWM634 RX module, when I check it, it have a cracked component (see photo attached).

Someone can lead me to the right component?

I want to replace it and recover the receiver, but don't know what to buy.

Thanks for your help

jalves

It's a 6MHz ceramic resonator (3 pin type with internal caps)

Steve

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There is a difference between ceramic resonators and filters. Resonators are used in places like where an economy xtal might be needed. Filters are used in A/V systems as traps, discriminators, and so forth. They both often look the same.

http://www.geocities.com/rbrucecarter/ceramic_filter.htm

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There is a difference between ceramic resonators and filters. Resonators are used in places like where an economy xtal might be needed. Filters are used in A/V systems as traps, discriminators, and so forth. They both often look the same.

http://www.geocities.com/rbrucecarter/ceramic_filter.htm

Yep, you're right,...looks like these ones already incorporate 2x20pf capacitors,...., so it would be better to use it as a clock resonator !

thanks

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