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post #32 of (permalink) Old 01-23-2019, 11:49 PM
Lashmush
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Just to confirm, the second image shows the resistor to be replaced that's on the... well, back of the PCB? The side covered by a backplate, that is? Also, I have a equipment on the way now and the soldering station can run between 150 to 450 c (300 to 850 f) and I just thought maybe there was a sweet spot for this kind of job? Is hotter preferable so it's done fast?

Also, removing the original solder, is a wick best for that since it's relatively small?

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