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Postagem original de: jessabethany ,


That is probably not a great plan—for now.  Here’s why:

#  If the board you intend to fix that is missing that row of caps doesn’t have anything else wrong with it, then it will likely boot right now without them.  If it doesn’t, then you have bigger fish to fry.

#  Mini soldering tweezers are not the right tool for the job because of the tight clearance.  You’d end up making a bunch of solder bridges.  A tool small enough to actually fit between the components would not be able to deliver enough heat to melt ground pads—-a catch 22

# The right tool for this job is a hot air rework station.  To use hot air and work on THIS section of the board is fairly advanced.  By the time you have the technical proficiency to successfully work that close the underfilled CPU, then you’d have enough experience to know the answer to this question :)

Microsoldering is really fun, I hope you give it a try.  But this isn’t the project you want to start with.[br]