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Additionally, when you've got a large amount of space between you and the next approaching wave, spread your shots slowly along the entire row of soldiers, which will let you damage both the front row of soldiers AND the rows behind them.

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Soldier them hot and fast. Lightly clamp the male jack to the tuner. Tightly, you need good thermal flow. brush on your flux. ALWAYS Heat your gun FIRST. Til it gets good and hot. Flux, and tin the tip of the soldiering gun too. put the tip of the gun closest to where the two parts meet so you are heating both parts. When the parts are hot feed the soldier onto the hot parts NOT the soldiering tip!

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Good Luck!

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