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Transistor substitute/equivalent?

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MisterBeppe

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Hi,

I need to replace a broken transistor, is a BFR36, but I'm unable to find the same transistor at the local electric shop; I can't exactly figure out which equivalent would be ok: by a search on Google I've seen a pair of possible candidates: 2N5109 and 2SC1068; which of these two would be fine? Or maybe someone could suggest me a good alternative?

The datasheet (which also includes a smith chart) of BFR36 is here:
**broken link removed**

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Looking up the 2N5109, I Doubt it is Suitable.
Not Sure about that 2SC1068.
 

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Some people (most people?) throw away old products that fail. It encourages manufacturers to make more new products.
 

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