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Wiring between two bad connection points - Problem

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Wiring Problem

Hello,
Wondering if anyone know how to Wire between two bad connection Points in a PCB due to an over heating Soldering Without Using Wires

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conductors

You will have to use some form of conductor. There is a silver ink that is conductive. Another option is copper foil that can be cut and is sticky on one side.
 

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You can get a free sample of the silver ink conductor from Emerson! they all all sorts of repair products conductive and nonconductive!
 

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