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オリジナル投稿者: Leonard ,

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I find many mac models have conformal coating on the logic boards. This can also make unsoldering more difficult. And if you are soldering/desoldering anything attached to the ground plane, you need a soldering iron that can source a lot of heat.

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ground plane connected part,

conformal coating,

RoHS (I think most intel iMacs are RoHS compliant),

means you need something more than the standard pencil type soldering iron. I use an old Weller WTCPN, which is a beast of an iron. The power supply weighs about 8 pounds.

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