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[* icon_note] We recommend that you clean the exposed surface of the board with a soft cloth or sponge and a small amount of rubbing alcohol.
[* black] Melt a small solder bead directly onto the metal connector on the board by placing the soldering iron onto the metal connector and then pressing solder against the tip and the board.
-[* black] Once a small amount of solder has melted onto the board, lift the solder away first and then the soldering iron
+[* black] Once a small amount of solder has melted onto the board, lift the solder away first and then the soldering iron.
+[* icon_note] The solder bead should look like a small dome or hemisphere. If it is flat or jagged, simply place the soldering iron back on the solder to re-melt it and then pull the soldering iron away. It may require a little more solder if this does not work.

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