From: Konrad B. (Konrad.B_at_poczta.neostrada.pl)
Date: 2003-07-09 13:07:05
> It's the power and ground pins on four-layer and thicker boards that > are ever stubborn. One trick that works (with practice) is to > mount the board vertically (best done in a vise meant to hold circuit > boards, not a vise for lumber), put the heat in from one side, and > suck the solder out from the other. It's the method I'm using. I learnt it from my friend, who was working in C= service here in Poland :) If I need more heat (in case of huge ground/power planes), I use heated desoldering pump instead of regular (non heated) one. K.B. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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