You need to preferably have heat on both parts that you are going to solder.I really enjoyed the video, and believed that i could really pull an lt switch soldering off. But no, think my tip was to big.
Anyway, back on track. The video is cool, but i dont feel it covers the lt switch soldering. To me there's a big difference in soldering a wire to a board and soldering the lt switch. Is the soldering iron supposed to be held against the top of the lt board, and then it would attract the solder, which i would be holding near the dvd board?
Im sorry if this is confusing, but thats how i see it.
Damn, after finally getting hold of a Nand X that's not what I wanted to hear lol.Good soldering tips, however using the QSB's that come with the nand x leave no margin for error, you end up stripping the board of its solder points if you are not precise with your technique.I got through 4 jtag (kit 8's for xenon) before finally getting the method right. Blobbing the solder on the tip and applying it to the QSB + contact on the M board with plenty of flux worked ok for me.Maybe someone with more skill than me should post a video on good QSB soldering methods as i struggled and i imagine many others did with these delicate QSB's