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Lead-Free Solder

$4.95

Product code: IF145-077-1

Product Overview

Lead Free Solder. Coiled into convenient dispensing tube.

446 F melting point works well with our Soldering Kit.

This product is also available as part of the Soldering Workstation.

Product Details

  • Content: 99.3% SN - 0.7% Cu
  • Weight: 0.5 oz / 14 g
  • Diameter: .04" / 1 mm
  • Melting Point: 446° F / 230° C
  • Core: Rosin

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6 month warranty

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Solder ¶ 

Solder is used to create a non-permanent electrically conductive connection between non-ferrous metals. The relatively low melting point of lead/tin (Pb/SN) solder is a perfect match for sensitive electronic components. For applications where lead is not desired, one good substitute is "no lead" solder - usually a mixture of tin with a trace amount (0.3%) of copper. Note that most so-called "silver solders" are lead/tin with about 2% silver added.

 

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My Problem

I teach an ipad repair class to a group of 8th graders. This order was just to replace some tools. We are going to give the isesamo tool a try. Our best tool so far has been a metal spudger. It has a triangular end an a curve spatula end. You sell one that looks like it but the spatula end is to dull to get between the glass and bezel. I hope the isesamo tool does the trick. We will repair a couple hundred iPads this year and your tools are indispensable.

My Fix

We have not had a chance yet to give the tools a run. I am sure they will be just fine.

My Advice

Find a supplier of sharper metal spudgers

My Problem

the ground connection was broken and l put it in the shop to get the screen fixed and the shield the up by the display chip was gone the iphone work and l could hear sound but no picture and l looked up the iphone connection and the shield and the connection was gone so l have been look for the old iphone logic board

My Fix

I am still look for a board or iphone with water damage and will try to remove the ground connection and repair it

My Advice

find a good repair computer

My Problem

My son has had his iPod touch for about 2 or more years and the battery was at a point that the unit would not hold a charge for very long. He uses this thing continuously and it is important to him. I had seen on iFixit that you had a replacement battery and the tools/instructions on how to do it. I am an electrician and a electronics enthusiast so ordered up the tools and replacement battery and got it done

My Fix

Did the repair in very short order, the instructions on the iFixit website guiding me all the time and the repair was a success, i am a hero because of you guys!

My Advice

iFixit ROCKS!

My Problem

After charging overnight my battery would go to red line in a few hours.

My Fix

The repair went very smoothly. The hardest part was getting the ipod apart. The 7 Philips screws were difficult. Of the 7, 5 came out ok, but 2 had head damaged by the time I was done.... but there was enough left to reassemble though, so all worked out well.

My Advice

One important piece of advice. The ifixit instructions list a #00 Philips screwdriver under tools however I needed a #0000 Philips to get the screws out.

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My Problem

Battery was not holding a charge

My Fix

I was definitely scared about attempting this project. The first challenge (prying open the antennae cover) was very daunting. I've uploaded a pic for illustration purposes - A is where I started to pry open the case, and B is the correct location for prying open the start of the back cover. Once I got that part off, my confidence became stronger as I continued. I must say this is a difficult task, but is doable with steady hands and calm nerves.

My Advice

Buy all the suggested parts and tools, follow along with the online guide ( I used my hp tablet ). I also think that the guide needs to be more explicit. Prying of the black part n this device is the hardest, once you get it off the rest is a piece of cake.

 

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