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call me donnie Posted - 03/03/2013 : 08:25:52
Would it be possible to get some better documentation for the 5200? I had to replace the heater element in the soldering iron and there was very little explanation. I know its not rocket science but Im still working on it and I continually get and error 6 even after going over everything I can think of. Any one got any ideas?
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ZLM Posted - 03/06/2013 : 20:47:06
I do not have exact document you needed. But each heat element comes with an instruction on the package.
call me donnie Posted - 03/05/2013 : 18:56:34
Just wanted to say thanks for all the help from the GQ staff, even the two word response I got from sales blew me away! By the way I did finally fix my problem. I put the POS on craigslist and bought a real rework station. You guys might want to give that a shot!

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