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 Soldering iron tip change and the checking

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ZLM Posted - 01/15/2013 : 21:59:20
Iron module assembly:

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Make sure the tip is touching the inner tube when changing the iron heat element or tip. otherwise the tip may crack the heat element.

When tighten the outer nut, it forces the tip down. So, the inner tube must touch the tip end to accept the force.



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ZLM Posted - 10/30/2015 : 08:07:24
Yes.
See:
http://www.gqelectronicsllc.com/comersus/store/comersus_viewItem.asp?idProduct=4521
rddube Posted - 10/26/2015 : 10:00:01
Hi,

Which heater element is compatible with the tweezer assembly? Is it the same as the soldering iron heater element and can it be purchased on your site?

Thank you

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