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[title] Starting the repair: Add flux to the leads
[* icon_note] If you do not have flux on hand, new solder can be used to help melt the original solder.
[* icon_note] Only use as much flux as you need. Using more then you need will complicate board cleaning later.
[*
black] Put some flux on the leads of the old capacitors. This will help melt the old solder onwithout the old caps with less effort, without addingneed to add new solder. solder flux onto the leads of the bad capacitor.
[* icon_reminder] If you do not have flux, adding a small amount of fresh solder will make the old solder melt as well.
[* icon_note] Apply flux a few times during the repair. Do not use too much, as this may complicate the cleaning of the board once you are done
board.
[* icon_note] If you do not have flux on hand, new solder can be used to help melt the original solder.
[* icon_note] Only use as much flux as you need. Using more then you need will complicate board cleaning later.
[*
black] Put some flux on the leads of the old capacitors. This will help melt the old solder onwithout the old caps with less effort, without addingneed to add new solder. solder flux onto the leads of the bad capacitor.
[* icon_reminder] If you do not have flux, adding a small amount of fresh solder will make the old solder melt as well.
[* icon_note] Apply flux a few times during the repair. Do not use too much, as this may complicate the cleaning of the board once you are done
board.