maybe adding some special flux or do i know...
Don’t do anything unless you have desoldering braid or a solder sucker. You must removed the solder from the pins to re,ove it, unless you use the product I mentioned above. You will not be able to remove the connector with just a soldering iron no matter what you do.as usual i am kinda confused after reading a lot of text. My heavy desoldering pump is somewhere in my apartment and that`s why i ordered new one from Ali express today. i have desoldering wire but am not sure if that will help for removing solder from the 4 places. i have added that solder for trying making me easy to remove. if i understand right you offer me to add a little 60/40 to the five pins, right ?
That is IF he wants to remove the connector in favor of putting a different connector in its place. But my initial thought was that he wanted to remove the connector and keep it in tact. Not sure that's right - but that's what my thinking is.Cutting up the connector shell using a Dremel tool and abrasive discs might make it possible to remove the connector one section at a time.
Desperate times, etc.; but doing it right is much better of course. Hot air should work but since it hasn’t my concern is overheating the board. Time for braid or something ease effective, I think.That is IF he wants to remove the connector in favor of putting a different connector in its place. But my initial thought was that he wanted to remove the connector and keep it in tact. Not sure that's right - but that's what my thinking is.
i think i am not stupid and if there s youtube videos and i have experience with soldering/desoldering i should find a way. thats why i am asking here for hint if i bring devices needed servicing to another person that`s waste of time and money. i should make 1001 tryings to say "thats not for me"Use the right tools and technique to remove the connector. If you're still not able to safely and reliably remove it without damaging the board or nearby components then it may be time to find someone who specializes in that process.
My apologies if you took it as if I were suggesting you're not intelligent enough for the task. I'm certainly intelligent enough, but lack the proper equipment for such an endeavor. But if it's something I'm going to do repeatedly for years to come then investing in the necessary tools makes sense. But for a one-off job, it may be practical to bring it to someone else who, if they screw it up, can be responsible for replacing the damaged equipment. If YOU damage it - you foot the bill entirely.i think i am not stupid
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