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Old 11-07-2007, 08:20 PM   #3
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YES, but you need to be aware of how to handle PC work, and the iron to as not melt hell out of it....gotta have a HOT iron, at about 800f or so, and then get the jumper wire tinned before hand, support the backside of the circuit to keep it from shorting out, and then touch feed the solder to the iron and on to the BARE polished copper circuit trace very NOT LINGER ON IT.....

helps greatly to have some experience, as it's a touchy feely type crap, kinda like nuclear welding....

now this maybe not working so great if it's in the area the plug in connects to the circuit sheet....

IMO, i'ts a crappy way to do the assy, but .....
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