Using a fine tip on my iron , I again used a 700 degree tip , dabbed the area with liquid flux and soldered the wire to the lead and exposed trace.
When done I removed tape, cleaned flux off and trimmed wire to length.
Please Note: you must have a steady grip on your iron to attach the wire. By using a long wire, you make it easier to keep it in place as you solder and it's so thin you can remove the excess wire with little stress to the repair.
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