Bob Lunsford <nocrud222@...>
I saw a hint about removing SMD devices some time ago.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
If you do not have any tools for removing them, here is
First, use a solder-sucker or wicking and remove any
excess solder. Then loop a #28 or so enameled wire under
the device and while heating the end, pull the wire out which
causes a gap at the end where heat is applied. Then you
can heat the other end and it will be easy to remove the
I also wondered about snapping the device in two but was
worried that the stress could lift the pad/s. So far I have not
found it necessary to remove any SMD device but now you
have another suggested method for doing it.
Bob — KK5$
On Tue, 1/1/19, Peter Russell <peter.russell@...> wrote:
Subject: [BITX20] Microphony
Date: Tuesday, January 1, 2019, 7:06 AM
turned out to be C50 in the audio pre
replaced it with a leaded
A little tip - for those who need it!
If you know that you are going to
replace a smd capacitor or resistor, I
find the easiest way to remove them is
to take a pair of small cutters
and cut the component in half.
Then, with a pair of tweezers, it's
easy to unsolder the two ends.
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