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  1. #101
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    Hi Steve

    yeah tried it several times but cant get tge last bits out. lol

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    sometimes resoldering and desoldering it again will clear it.
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    ok thanks will try that , have to be tomorrow now lol going to the rugby now.

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    Try to apply the iron tip to all 3 legs and pull it out quickly to avoid cooking.
    Put a large blob of solder across 2 legs to start with if your tip isn't that big.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebottle View Post
    Try to apply the iron tip to all 3 legs and pull it out quickly to avoid cooking.
    Put a large blob of solder across 2 legs to start with if your tip isn't that big.
    Ah good tip ill give that a go. Thanks Alan

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    Quote Originally Posted by smangus View Post
    hi any tips on desolderinv as this is proving ti be a difficult bugger to turn around ! thanks !

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    if you have enough length in the legs why not just cut them to remove?
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    well i was hoping to reuse the component. Not sure there would be enough leg left to resolder if i did that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smangus View Post
    well i was hoping to reuse the component. Not sure there would be enough leg left to resolder if i did that.

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    Personally, I'd cut it off. I have a few spare bits, so I'll check the stock and if I have some I'll send you some down mate.

    The amount of heat you've put through the FET trying to remove it may kill it too. Then you may have to remove it again!

    They aren't expensive either to be fair. We've all done that though, wrong part or wrong way round. Learn from it and slow down a little. The excitement to get it done takes over sometime
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    Quote Originally Posted by smangus View Post
    well i was hoping to reuse the component. Not sure there would be enough leg left to resolder if i did that.

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    it looks like there is in the photo.
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    Yeah i have a spare but will try Alans way 1st as it would be good practice for me to try. If I get frustrated I can always go the more " surgical" route

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