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Your very helpful!! Thanks a bunch..

Thanks a bunch.. You really helped me out here.. I will let you know how it goes.. Will have to brush up on my soldering technique, there are a lot of prongs here(23) numbers 1-3 don't seem to be going to anything as there is no solder present.. I was told to use a de-solder device to remove the old solder since it will be dificult to pry off each prong one by one to remove the whole component. Once I get all the prongs loose, then I believe the metal coolant towers will pry off the posts.. Seems like the posts are soldered to the board, but the metal towers should slide off the threaed posts. You have been very helpful, let me know if I am on the right track??

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Solder wick works good to soak up the old solder Radio shack has it for a couple bucks.

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