How to remove solder?
Solder has to be heated in order to melt it for removal, usually by a soldering iron. Then the removal methods can vary. You can get a braided solder remover from a local electronics store that when applied to the melted solder will "wick up" the melted solder.
Then there's the vacuum bulb or vacuum hand held solder pump that is used by placing it on the melted solder and either by releasing the bulb or tripping a lever, will literally suck the solder from the connection.
Soldering is easy to learn but there are pitfalls if you're not familiar with the techniques, proper sizes of soldering irons, etc.
To facilitate the soldering process, a chemical material called flux can be used to remove oxidation from the surface, keep the air from oxidizing the surfaces during soldering, and to aid in the flow of solder through the joint. Fluxes can be found within the solder (cored solder) or separately in paste form.
as components are usually soldered to the circuit, you must: remove the solder from the joints bend the component lead ends to facilitate mechanical removal pull the component lead ends away from the joints clean joints and component leads of any excess flux or solder this applies to all components, not just capacitors.
Remove the old terminals, a large pair of bolt cutters or a hacksaw should get the job done. Strip the ends of the wires with a knife and check for corrosion which will be black or green. If there is corrosion you need to replace the cables. If there is no corrosion replace terminals with screw on type for convenience or use solder on type if you prefer. For screw on just put the cable…
for a person with no experience it is still very easy to solder. but the steps still have to be known. For silver bead or rosin solder you need a soldering iron of about 20W. The iron takes a few minutes to heat. at higher powers the tip will become discolored. Obviously you should never touch the tip so to tell if it is hot just touch it on a VERY wet sponge, if it…
Toyota and Subaru clocks have a manufacturing defect causing them to not light up. Simply remove and open the clock. Re-solder the surface mount resistors (black chips with 3 digit numbers and Rxx printed on the circuit board). Especially re-solder R510. Even if the solder looks ok, the solder used will fail to make a proper electrical connection.
To de-solder there are two ways: 1. Use a solder sucker (a tool that practically just sucks in air), to use it melt the solder whit the soldering iron and then place the solder sucker next to the melted unwanted solder and use the solder sucker to suck it off. 2. (I prefer this one) Use a strip of copper, simply place the strip of copper on the solder and then place the soldering iron…
To change the light bulb for the heater control on the 2006 Tahoe, you will either need to replace the entire climate control panel or remove and re-solder the bulbs. You can remove the bulbs by first removing the dashboard bezel and then the dash itself. Access the bulbs and pull them out of the control panel. Solder new bulbs into the panel.?æ
Is it digital dash or analog ??? If digital remove the bottom cover below the dash on right side there's a 4 inche by 4 inche box that needs to be replace Nissan calls the boxes power packs.. if analog the instrument cluster is bad.. If digital dash and you know how to solder remove the power supply from the dash then remove the cover on it. Re-solder all the solder connections that you can…
If its a convertable, remove the the screws under the rear seat and remove. Then remove the screws holding the leather enclosures and remove from sill plate. remove the speaker boxes and replace. If you don't have new speaker boxes remove cover a speaker box, access speaker and replace, you will probably have to solder the wires, then reverse the order and put back together.
Turn it upside down and heat with iron, gravity will load the iron. Heat to liquid and hit with compressed air. use solder wicking, a copper braid product with flux in it. cut it off with a sturdy knife. grind it off slowly with a rough dremel bit. clip it flush with flush cut wire cutters. use a solder sucker tool, common in electronics assembly.