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[title] Starting the repair: Removing the old capacitors
[* black] Put the soldering iron on the points where the old capacitors are soldered, while pushing on the capacitor to remove it not touching the soldering iron. Removal of the old capacitors doesn't have to be pretty, because we will remove the old solder. If you need a guide on soldering, refer to thisthis guide: [guide|750]
[* black] Put the soldering iron on the points where the old capacitors are soldered, while pushing on the capacitor to remove it not touching the soldering iron. Removal of the old capacitors doesn't have to be pretty, because we will remove the old solder. If you need a guide on soldering, refer to thisthis guide: [guide|750]
[* icon_reminder] The best way to avoid touching the soldering iron is to use a grip or lifting the board up where the soldering iron is away from your hand.
[* icon_note] A full recap should be performed as preventive repair work now. This is becauseUntil you replace all of the capacitors they will continue to fail until they are all replaced. This is especially common with low quality capacitorscapacitors like CapXon.
[* icon_note] A full recap should be performed as preventive repair work now. This is becauseUntil you replace all of the capacitors they will continue to fail until they are all replaced. This is especially common with low quality capacitorscapacitors like CapXon.