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Where can i find extra solder tips for my solderpro 25

I have a solderpro 25 cant find any extra tips for it can you help

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If all else fails radio shack should have some

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I have a 1998 dodge grand caravan and my gauges won't come on


Im a computer Geek, not a car mechanic; My mechanic took the Guage Cluster Out and Insisted: I NEED a new one; Not True and Its a V.E.R.Y. Easy fix.

1.Remove Srews.
2.Unplug the main instument panel power supply plug.
(there may be a few bulb sockets that need to be disconnected, as well).
3. Don't Bother Examining the Contacts, Opposite the Plug In Socket.
4. Heat a Soldering Iron (Buy a Cheap 9.99 Soldering Iron, Solder, Flux) kit
(sold at Radio Shack; You want the thinnest Solder and USE THE FLUX. Not using flux, and/or 'cold soldering' is most likely the reason the solder cracked).
5. The cracks are so tiny you cant see them, all of the time, even under magnifier, so just brush, or dip your finger into flux and smear it over the 8 or 10 pins.
6. Heat one by one until original solder melts on each of the Power Socket Pins.
7. Let Cool, Wipe Clean..
8. Flux all Contacts Again,Flux heavily, heat an extra thin solder on the tip of the iron, not on the circuit board and try to drip a small blob of solder onto each of the your 8 to 10, or so, etc. contacts.
11. Make ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN, no 2 contacts are touching each other; if so, melt the solder off of one or both of the two touching one another.

I am A computer repairman who has made a small, side business, of soldering contacts, on guage clusters, for as many repair shops, in my community,who wish to pass savings onto their customers. I charge $25 per and hope the shop owner passes their savings onto the consumer.

So Far? 95% of the clusters i have soldered, were repaired by this method. Its so reliable: if It doesn't work, there's no charge~!

ComputerGuyAndy@gmail.com, if any questions

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There is suddenly no picture. Just a black screen . Everything else works


There are several bad capacitors in the signal board. I can not tell you off hand the values. There are about 12 or 15 bad caps. I think in the range of 10 or 16 volts at 10 Mfs, 25 volts at 33Mfs and 16 volts at 440Mfs. If you can manage your patience and pull the bad capacitors very carefully, it can repair this TV. You will have to purchase an ESR meter to locate the bad caps. The power supply would have two bad caps. It has been sometime since I have repaired this model. I do know for sure a good supply of capacitors in your possession will repair this unit. I must caution you...to unsolder and pull these capacitors out is a very delicate and dedicated procedure. You can not tear traces from this board or you face destruction. Use a 25 watt solder pen. Purchase one at a dedicated electronic shop. Do not buy the solder pen that has a screw near the tip. These are unregulated solder pens and will make soldering and unsoldering a difficult job. Be sure to purchase solder wick to remove solder from the components, and a tube of solder to replace capacitors. Thanks for asking and show a few hands of support!

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I am making jewelry with the iron....my tips are dispersing...what is my problem. Should I use a different watt. All that I am doing is soldering over copper foil to broken china.


25 watts is a pretty light iron for the kind of work you are doing, but if it works---. Tips that are just bare copper tend to erode over time (the heat causes the copper to mix with the solder and thus erode). The better tips have iron plating over the copper which protects the copper. Silver solder applied over the bare copper works in much the same way and can be applied with a propane torch. Hope this helps!

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Tinning tips


Flux the tip, heat the iron, apply solder all over the tip and wipe, while hot, the solder off with fine steel wool.

If the solder is flux core, no need for additional flux

Good Luck

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# Never touch the element or tip of the soldering iron. They are very hot (about 400°C) and will give you a nasty burn. # Take great care to avoid touching the mains flex with the tip of the iron. The iron should have a heatproof flex for extra protection. An ordinary plastic flex will melt immediately if touched by a hot iron and there is a serious risk of burns and electric shock. # Always return the soldering iron to its stand when not in use. Never put it down on your workbench, even for a moment! # Work in a well-ventilated area. The smoke formed as you melt solder is mostly from the flux and quite irritating. Avoid breathing it by keeping you head to the side of, not above, your work.

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