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[title] Starting the repair: Removing the old capacitors
[* icon_caution] This guide does not teach you how to solder. If you need a how to on soldering, refer to this guide: [guide|750]
[* icon_caution] Do not touch the soldering iron while removing the old caps! Hold the board at an angle you will not accidentally touch the soldering iron in any way.
[* icon_reminder] When there is one or two failed capacitors, the rest are likely to follow. To avoid replacing the capacitors multiple times, it is better to replace them as a set.
[*
black] Take the board out to a place you can solder the new caps on. To remove the old capacitors from the board, heat one lead up at a time and pulltime. Once this is done, remove that side of the capacitor outcapacitor. Do this for all of the capacitors you are changing. Since the spot will be cleaned up, removal does not have to be clean.
[* icon_reminder]
replacing. Do not touchworry about the soldering iron while removing the old caps! Hold the board at an angle yousolder yet; we will not accidentally touch your soldering iron and your hand is away from the tip of the iron.
[* icon_note] Even if you only have one failed capacitor, it is better to change all of them. If you change them as you go, they will all keep failing until all of them are replaced. It's better to do
clean this once rather then keep having to do itlater.
[* icon_caution] Do not touch the soldering iron while removing the old caps! Hold the board at an angle you will not accidentally touch the soldering iron in any way.
[* icon_reminder] When there is one or two failed capacitors, the rest are likely to follow. To avoid replacing the capacitors multiple times, it is better to replace them as a set.
[*
black] Take the board out to a place you can solder the new caps on. To remove the old capacitors from the board, heat one lead up at a time and pulltime. Once this is done, remove that side of the capacitor outcapacitor. Do this for all of the capacitors you are changing. Since the spot will be cleaned up, removal does not have to be clean.
[* icon_reminder]
replacing. Do not touchworry about the soldering iron while removing the old caps! Hold the board at an angle yousolder yet; we will not accidentally touch your soldering iron and your hand is away from the tip of the iron.
[* icon_note] Even if you only have one failed capacitor, it is better to change all of them. If you change them as you go, they will all keep failing until all of them are replaced. It's better to do
clean this once rather then keep having to do itlater.