Re: Removing surface mounted resistor #ubitx
No sweat. Ideally you can use a pair of soldering tweezers to heat both sides of the resistor and remove it. However, the trick I use is to heat one side, then the other and put some sideways pressure on the part, and it will release and either slide over or lift up on one side. Then just take it off the board. Make sure some solder is on the pads before putting the new part in. Hold the part down in the middle with a tweezer or other sharp instrument, and reflow each side separately.
On 6/6/2018 9:48 AM, Robbie Robertson wrote:
I have the R3 board, and have tried to duplicate the anti-pop cct from the R4 schematic (current on a proto board).