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[* icon_caution] Excess amounts of heat transferred to the board while soldering may result in permanent electronic component damage. As a rule of thumb, only hold the tip of the soldering iron against the joint just long enough to melt the solder, then quickly remove it.
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black] Insert wisdom hereSolder each connection by momentarily placing the tip of the soldering iron against the connection, pressing solder into the connection (melting it), and quickly removing both the solder and the tip of the soldering iron from the connection. The solder should flow around the contact, solidly connecting it to the pad on the board.
[* icon_caution] Excess amounts of heat transferred to the board while soldering may result in permanent electronic component damage. As a rule of thumb, only hold the tip of the soldering iron against the joint just long enough to melt the solder, then quickly remove it.
[*
black] Insert wisdom hereSolder each connection by momentarily placing the tip of the soldering iron against the connection, pressing solder into the connection (melting it), and quickly removing both the solder and the tip of the soldering iron from the connection. The solder should flow around the contact, solidly connecting it to the pad on the board.