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Old Aug 02, 2005, 05:42 PM
Youngwun0 Youngwun0 is offline
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Ok first off i just want to say im sorry for the bother and that im 100% sure of wanting to do this myself so i can learn. But heres the situation now i have my ps2 open and just got my mochip im not too too sure about how to solder the chip to the board but i bought equitment

Tools I Have:
A soldering iron 15 watts
Solder 60/40 8oz
clear flux
my modchip and wires for it


If anyoneeee could help with these questions in clear detail i'd sincerly apricetate it!!! Im really stuck and dont want to go further without clear info and want to learn myself. thanks alotttt people much love!


1)The part i am stuck on is how to solder it to the board how do you melt it do you melt it to the board by putting the solder iron near the solder and board?

2)What is the flux for and how do you use it?

3)And what should i try to avoid doing with the equitment so it wont burn ?

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Old Aug 02, 2005, 09:57 PM
Youngwun0 Youngwun0 is offline
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Hmm no one? is it illegal to help people out with soldering ?
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Old Aug 03, 2005, 09:59 AM
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No, but did you try reading the first topic on the board? That is where you post.
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Old Aug 17, 2005, 11:40 AM
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sweet piece of advise the ps2 is not a place to learn how to solder
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Old Aug 18, 2005, 10:25 AM
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True. Some of the points are the size of a period .

I wonder if the OP ever completed it.
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Old Aug 21, 2005, 02:12 PM
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[QUOTE=Youngwun0]Ok first off i just want to say im sorry for the bother and that im 100% sure of wanting to do this myself so i can learn. But heres the situation now i have my ps2 open and just got my mochip im not too too sure about how to solder the chip to the board but i bought equitment

Tools I Have:
A soldering iron 15 watts
Solder 60/40 8oz
clear flux
my modchip and wires for it


If anyoneeee could help with these questions in clear detail i'd sincerly apricetate it!!! Im really stuck and dont want to go further without clear info and want to learn myself. thanks alotttt people much love!


1)The part i am stuck on is how to solder it to the board how do you melt it do you melt it to the board by putting the solder iron near the solder and board?

2)What is the flux for and how do you use it?

3)And what should i try to avoid doing with the equitment so it wont burn


do you have pic of your ps2 and the tool you use??

if you send the pic and, mabye i can help
 

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