desolder and solder j9001 dp pwr connector: location, tool, skill requ
Dear iMac talents,
My imac screen dropped accidentally and one connector was partially broken. I want to replace the broken connector on logic board.
- Refer to photo, are there only 2 points to be desolder? E1 and E2 only?
# Refer to photo, For points J1-J6, were these 6 points soldered or simply physically detachable/pluggable by hands?
- If desolder, what minimum tools are required? Copper?
- If soldering, what minimum tools required? Tin?
# What size of soldering tip is necessary? The 6 points look very close to each other.
# What temperature needed to avoid melting the connector plastic? Is temperature only subject to the melting point of the hard plastic of connector?
# What composition and ratios of alloy / metals is required?
- What minimum tools required?
After all, i removed the front plate, and the logic board 6 pins are slightly erected 90 degree /perpendicular to the floor, and embraces the cable connector. Good result here.
(My solder skill is poor. The logic board connector is resistant to my 450 Celsius degree /60watt solder.
also i cannot afford buying a professional hot wind gun station.
The above solution is quite specific to my case. Because my J9001 logic board connector 'case' was particularly broken and 6 pins are undamaged. )
Thanks Dan, oldturkey3, and others.
This should be today final outcome, replacing previous wrong photo inserted in previous reply. My apologies.
Btw, why ipad cannot post anything on this forum?
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