Why Is My Soldering Iron Not Heating Up

Why Is My Soldering Iron Not Heating Up ( 6 Troubleshooting Tips)

Before finding the answer to the following question, “Why Is My Soldering Iron Not Heating Up” it’s important to understand How Hot a Soldering Iron Should Be?. Generally, soldering should occur between 316 and 371 degrees Celsius or 600 to 700 degrees Fahrenheit. The type of solder in question determines the specific temperature target. Ideally, …

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Why Is Tinning A Soldering Iron Important

Why Is Tinning A Soldering Iron Important ( And How To Do It)

Before discussing why tinning a soldering iron is necessary, it’s important to define tinning. Tinning can be described as a process that involves covering/coating a soldering iron tip with melted tin or solder. Tin is a post-transition metal popular for coating joints as well as materials used in joints. Tin also has metal strengthening and …

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