(06-14-2018, 07:13 AM)boudiicca Wrote:
(06-14-2018, 05:46 AM)Luke Wrote: They are yes. Just one transistor had to be removed from the PCB, thats all.

Think that might be worth getting a highlighted photograph with some advice on best method to remove it.

I get that its fine for those with temperature controlled soldering who do not suffer from shaking hands and to dig it out with chisel tip, but apparent those those fine words on IRC is all there has been....nothing official here.

Lets be honest. I am not touching that resistor until it appears here and high res. end of...

Sorry but Pre-Production isn't a get out jail of card... Pictures/Text and tips please,  Pls  and Ta's

Sure. Luckily its the first in a row of resistors and comes of quite happily with a cheap-o soldering iron.
Xalius thought me a trick for removing components soldered at a factory which involves adding a little solder first and then removing the component. Works well for me.

Here is what you'll need to remove (already removed in picture):
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RE: LACK OF REVISION CONTROL ON ROCK PRO 64 - by Luke - 06-14-2018, 07:47 AM

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