- Joined Aug 28, 2019
Easy job for anyone with decent soldering skills and a solder sucker. Just melt the solder and suck it out of the holes. Use a pick type tool to make sure leads are free from the holes.Is it possible to desolder it without damaging it? I'm not convinced by the soldering spots on the back side of the board.
That will be problematic. Any chance you could have your father do it for you?I'm not too keen on using other soldering tools because I've never soldered; I whatched my father doing that but never seen how to use suckers or wicks.
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