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    Wasabi Zero solder question

    Hey never soldered before and i know I run the risk of messing up my Wii but I', willing to take that risk and if I mess up it's not like the great games for Wii are coming out really soon.

    Anyways I want to know if it is possible to have one rosin-core solder connect on both A and B with one wire. I have a picture if you guys don't understand what I'm trying to say.

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    no, that will joint the two points, you don't want to do that.....

    here is a suggestion, get a old IC board, maybe old video card or old motherboard, practice your solder skills there....

    or get a clip

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    Thanks for the fast response. I don't even know what an IC board is. I somehow got the wasabi clip to finally stay ( I hope) so I won't be needing to solder now. I'm gonna leave my wii open though incase something goes wrong (plus I can't get the screws in to close the hardrive without the screws falling through).

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    if you thought joining a + b was a good idea, then if it comes time to solder this chip in seek a professional installer to make life easy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spyman View Post
    if you thought joining a + b was a good idea, then if it comes time to solder this chip in seek a professional installer to make life easy.
    It's ok. I managed to get the clip that came with the Wasabi zero to work. I'm not gonna bother screwing my Wii back or moving it though. Scared that it might have the chip move out of place and I'll have to go through all that crap again.

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    im sure if they were suppose to go together they "team wasabi" would have said, "if you want to be lazy and are worried about a .05 cent wire go ahead and solder points and and b together!!!!"

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