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Hi. OK, but the strip is fixed with a sort of tape. Is it possible to place it accurately enough without soldering? And how to place it? yours Arne

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Hello
Soldering onto is the best solutuion. If you fix it with any kind of tape, there is possibility to get it loose. Solder it. You can't place it accurately with fixing it with tape, as it will slip out off. OK.

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