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Seagate ST3500841AS contoller bad.

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I have a Seagate ST3500841AS hard drive. S/N 3PG00LJR  P/N 98D138-301  Firmware: 3.AAD.  Date Code: 06087.  The controller on the bottom of it is bad.  The numbers on it read as follows: 100383396  J  763K3WQ.  Is it possible to buy just the controller for this HD?  Does anyone reading this have a controller for it?
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check it out on ebay for cheap or second hand disk ..

Have found one .. clickhere

Best of luck
Hope  you recovery data.
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i have very rarely seen a hard drive logic board for sale. you can get the entire drive here https://www.digitaltechland.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=1637 and take the logic board off the salvage your data.

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