I am trying to repair a power supply, which contained an eSIP-7C package part that was labled with "TOP-26...", the rest of the marking was blown out unfortunately, so it could have anything from TOP-260 to TOP-263 (HX) or from TOP-264 to TOP-269 (JX). After replacing the blown part with a TOP-266EG (which was the only one I could easily find with the right package on the market), the power supply started working again, but it outputs 6.2V instead of 5V and 20.7V instead of 16V. I am afraid that this might be too high voltages and damage the device. Should I replace the TOP-266EG with a different variant from the TOP-JX or TOP-HX series? Or search for a different problem elsewhere in the circuit?