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Message ID: 1786     Entry time: Wed Dec 7 21:14:07 2016     In reply to: 1784     Reply to this: 1787
Author: Koji 
Type: DailyProgress 
Category: Electronics Equipment 
Subject: FSS monitor daughter board damage and Murphy's law 

I do similar board damage frequently too. If a pad is isolated (Not-Connected), this often happens. And it is harmless.
If you use brute force, desoldering may cause more serious damage of the lines, of course.

For such a chip with many legs, you just can gently cut the legs of the chip with a knife, and desolder each leg individually.
This helps you to desolder them with minimal heat injection.

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