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Originally Posted by Ace of Spades View Post
I would give it a try, make sure you careful with the amounts of heat. Do one solder points then leave to cool then the next.
Will take longer but will be safer, not sure if this is possible but try to find some lead based solder, easier to solder with.

Also make sure you dont go connecting any lines to each other otherwise SHORT :'(
Solder cools pretty quick... he can also alternate the pins he is working on. Do a pin on one end.. pin on the other end... working towards the middle.
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thanks for the tips. i'll keep them in mind
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