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Aporte original por: Minho ,


I guess that depends on your definition of a beginner. If you have decent tools and a steady hand, it can be done. That said, one side of that connector is very close to a row of small SMD components. It is very easy to blow them away or nudge them or create a ton of solder bridges. As with any micro-soldering reapir, it can go sideways very quickly. In general, I don't recommend beginners try this kind of repair until they have practiced on similar density boards.

Tell us more about your tools and experience.