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Part Number: LM5017
Please refer to FA QEM-CCR-1909-00052 report,What conditions can cause such a bad, overvoltage? Overcurrent? Or other possible causes?We need some direction and advice to optimize the circuit design.
Can you pls send me the FA QEM-CCR-1909-00052 report and your circuit/PCB design of LM5017 section? my email add. is email@example.com
I will check it with Quality engineer first.
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In reply to Andy Chen:
Customer just feedback seemingly end customer operating step issue, if any support will contact again, thanks!
In reply to James Su5:
Pls send me email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need more support on this case in future.
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