I have a no frost freezer which stopped freezing efficiently and after some research and trials I found the problem to be related to control board. And as of now I am pretty sure the problem is with this obviously burnt transistor that controls the compressor's relay.
Using a multimeter I figured it's a pnp type (Negative probe to base gave me a reading in diode mode) however the check was done on this other one that looks exactly the same and so I confirmed the type.
The burnt one did not give me overload when I touched either probes to base however it gave me a much lower reading for (probably B-C, I couldn't confirm C-E pins) than it read for (B-E). 24 , 420 respectively.
Now if my logic is correct, I want to know how can I figure it's precise model so I can change it? Marking reads A4t 95, as you can see, but a search on google was futile and I couldn't reach anything so figured asking here may return something.
Thanks in advance and sorry for my english.