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Holding what would be the HOT part of the soldering iron ? ...Well 'ard !

Oh and no hard hat or hi viz 😁

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Ha yes I saw that and just thought 'ouchy that's gotta hurt'!

And no ESP* either! 

Interestingly (fsvoi) if you saw the vids appearing to show banksy making his 'shredder' a while back, besides having blades lying flat to the paper so that no shredding could occur, at one point he too was holding a soldering iron by the hot bit.

 

*electro static discharge protection: you are meant to be wearing an esp wristband which is then clipped via a lead to the piece of equipment you are working on to prevent static discharges zapping the i.c.s

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I'm no expert, in fact I paid for an electronic repair last week, but would she be soldiering on that side of the board.

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2 minutes ago, eggsarascal said:

I'm no expert, in fact I paid for an electronic repair last week, but would she be soldiering on that side of the board.

Yeah! Good spot.

I'd say possible but unlikely.

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