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Zuluop

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  1. Hehe ok, since it has been 25 years since I last did it I might as well use lead free tin even though it may be more difficult
  2. Would you solder with lead or without lead in the tin?
  3. Nah I came to the same conclusion Would rather re-solder in 25 years if needed.
  4. Great thanks - what else is needed aside from the battery pack? What kind of tin is needed and if anything else? Thanks again.
  5. Yeah you are probably right - should I remove it with 99% isopropyl alcohol?
  6. Yeah I would like to change the battery (on several SNES games) but it has been 30 years since I used a soldering iron. So what would i need to buy aside from the correct battery of course? Links to specific items would be great. (Note: The plan is to practice soldering first before doing it on the actual SNES PCBs) Thanks in advance
  7. Just bought this (see attachments) SNES cart off eBay. However opening the cartridge revealed a stained backside of the PCB. Any idea if this is normal or have you seen this before? as you can see the front side of the PCB looks good. Thanks 🙂
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