Dirk_Hendrik wrote:Use plenty of solder and plenty of flux to gradually remove the solder of all affected joints with solder wick. Use a small surgical knife to scrape away all blackening from the affected traces and, when clean, tin em with solder. Only when all is completely clean (all will solder easily again) start off to replace with new components. When a component is "affected" even in a minor way consider it defective. If not now it will become so in time.
Dirk_Hendrik wrote:Resoldering "may" in some locations be a temporary fix but will never be long-term.
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