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Old 02-07-04, 03:53 PM Thread Starter   #1
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did i buy the right stuff.


well daddy and i went out .to radioshack.we bought some rosin .50 whateva.45 watt pen gun.solder remover.and a cleaning kit.did i buy the right thing for mobo's and ****z
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Old 02-07-04, 09:41 PM   #2
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Trust your DAD for better or worst. LOL

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well daddy and i went out .to radioshack.we bought some rosin .50 whateva.45 watt pen gun.solder remover.and a cleaning kit.did i buy the right thing for mobo's and ****z
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Old 02-08-04, 12:25 AM Thread Starter   #3
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lol I HOPE SO OOPS 25 or less ohwell ill work on a dead mobo or i might try it on my dog that might be fun

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I would be really careful about using a 45 watt iron on your computer components. I would start with a weak one, like 15 watts. I do use a 45 watt one now, but only because I can trust myself to be quick enough not to fry anything on the mobo by leaving it on too long. I use the 45 watt one because I cant stand waiting for the 15 watt iron to heat up.
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i bought a 15/30 watt one with a switch also ty craig

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