I don' have any specific info wrt that power feed brand/model or the
specific part, however.. many recently made semiconductor packages are
marked with a fine laser etching which is nearly invisible at certain angles
of view and/or lighting conditions.. if the body material is still intact.
You might be able to see the component markings on the body by moving a
light around the component while viewing from different angles.
Some manufacturers still abrade the component bodies to remove the original
markings, which can present an additional hurdle, but that doesn't indicate
that the unit can't be repaired, it just becomes a bit more complicated.
The datasheets and component specs for most common semis can be found with a
search engine and a component type number (sometimes by ommitting a couple
of prefix or suffix letters in the search).
Locating and studying a datasheet's info often presents the option of
choosing a replacement component of the same type, physical size and pinout,
but with slightly greater performance parameters.
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