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Its so easy to write but tell you what its damn hard to do.
you need a very powefull desolder that can reach 350 degrees or else a 150W one.
the trick is to put more solder underneath each hole and so the new solder mixes with the old one and then it will melt.
you need a sucking pipe to **** solder out "without this u cant"
once the old jack is removed its so easy to put the new one and I am not even gona bother tell you how because i am sure you're smart to figure that out yourself, because if u get the old out you can put the new one in.
b very patient, take breaks, dont apply too much heat so the bits near the dc jack wont come off because of the heat.
check that solder isnt shorting with anything else.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
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