I own a car audio amplifier which uses a DC to DC converter having a MOSFET of the type of FP50N06. However, after prolonged use, the three of the positive rail switching MOSFET cooked and smoked.
I was trying to replace that MOSFET, however, the FP50N06 is not available in my location so I had decided to replace it by readily available IRFZ44N MOSFET.
Here is the question: Can I replace it without major consequences? Thank you for your answer.
Based on your suggestions, here are the datasheets for the two MOSFET's:
Don't care about their difference in power. :)