There ya go I can tell you what it looks like and everything just couldn't grab the actual word. That or some fine braided wire will suck it right out of there tho. Just make sure to put the heat on the wire so the solder like walks to it if that makes sense.desoldering braid or solder wick is what you're looking for. If you can get some a bit of coax outer jacket may be a good bet too.
Perks of the job. Lol. I have one of the spring loaded syringes too, but getting it in there with the iron wasn't gonna happen. This is the only time I've never needed the station.That's a nice desoldeirng station. I really miss my soldering gear, it's in storage with the rest of my electronics gear right now.
It was always wired "correctly" per se. The brown wire on the wideband just wasn't grounded properly. The link itself is fine.Like go into your channels and add the red and blue signal voltages and whatever one reads right click it and then go to transform and then pick your wideband out of the list. That's the only way I could get my glowshift to read accurately