Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
Maybe yes ,maybe not !!! my advice is don't use soldering iron more than 25 watts of heat it may cause your PCB board or other component burned.A solution to your problem just try to look cold soldering if available in your area or any major electronics shop. this will solve your problem
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
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