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In today’s video, we show you an example of how to remove and replace a Mini USB charging port. Many consumer electronic devices have Mini USB charging ports. This technique can be applied to many of them.

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August H. says:

A toothbrush? Talk about a shit job! No, thank you!

Leon Parker says:

lol, I would just pull da hell out of it using an iron, then screw up everything.

V-Way says:

Good upload.

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CellPhone Repair Training Manila says:

You have used hot air in replacing the mini USB, will it not melt the new mini usb?

as for me, I use soldering iron when replacing a new one.

CellPhone Repair Training Manila says:

You have used hot air in replacing the mini USB, will it not melt the new mini usb?

as for me, I use soldering iron when replacing a new one.

btw great tutorial!

Electro says:

Good tutorial!

Songa Monga says:

thankyou sir ….

Peter Postell says:

Awesome video please keep it up!!! -What kind of microscope do you use?/Would you recomend?

Tobey 240sx says:

taking notes thanks so much!

osityan says:

Nice video, Thumbs up. What kind of camera are you using that allows you to zoom in and out?

Jinx Godhand says:

Yo man, I just need to say. I've watched TONS of repair videos, cpb assembly, phone repairs etc. But not 1 person has given information as well as you have. A very nice example would be your tip on the de-soldering wire. Followed by the pro tip on what Flux does. This information was so important to anyone watching your videos who is new, or who has little knowledge on this subject. Great job Sir.

Mailson silva1 says:

´gostei muito de sua técnicas parabéns.

Cesar Lautaro Sarmiento says:

neatt . nice tools BTW

Cutty Flam says:

first of all thank you for sharing the video, however I still have some questions.
You apply the flux with a q-tip and then the blobs of paste on top of it, on the contact pads? any chance you can describe this phase in detail? also if I'm not mistaken, certain solder pastes contain flux, so would it still be necessary to apply solder flux when using these types of paste?

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