Full disclosure, I'm not an electrician by any means. My dad was an electrician in the Navy, but we lost him last year. Since I don't have him to look to anymore, I'm hoping I can find some help here.
I have a little set of remote-controlled AC outlets (not smart, just remote-controlled). One of them stopped working a while back, and since they don't make them anymore, I pulled it apart to see if I could fix it.
I discovered what looks to my mostly ignorant eyes to be a fried diode (pictured below) and I pulled it out. My problem is I don't know what to get to replace it. I also hope someone can tell me where I could buy one, worth only pennies, without buying a hundred, or paying a thousand times its worth in shipping charges.
Since there is no decipherable writing on the part itself, but there is some on the board around the part's location, I'm including a pic of that as well. I think it says:
[Line 1] RF-DY-064-B1-V1 0
[Line 2 - by diode symbol] ZD2
[Line 3] 31VO
[Line 4] E314348
[Line 5] (FILLED TRIANGLE) 94V- O
O's may be 0's and vice versa. They don't appear to have used theta lines to differentiate. I also think the logo to the right says "LOMBER".
Let me know if I can provide anything else that might help.
Any direction you could give would be appreciated.