I've a distant memory of seeing that on older electronics made in Europe like Telefunken. It's not soldered, just wrap.Wow, soldered wire-wrap... What is that on? Or do you just have the boards? Are the wire-wrap pins soldered on the backside of the board?
Ron is right. Use a sharp pointed tool to lift the end of the wire and then use either an unwrapping tool, or fine needle-nose pliers to unwrap it from the pin. Do not cut it unless you are scrapping the device, because you will need to put the wire back after the repairs are completed..Are they soldered or just wrapped?
Pry off the end of the wire (no insulation end) then unwrap the wire.
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