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Figure 4-25.  Applying Solder
TM 9-254 4-13. Soldering Techniques-Continued Figure 4-24.  Position of Tip for Maximum Heat Transfer (3) Applying heat.  Prior to applying heat, the work must first be properly and rigidly supported.  If a joint is moved  while  the  solder  is  cooling  and  setting,  the  solder  will  be  broken  or  weakened.    Position  the soldering iron against the work so that the tip will transfer the greatest amount of heat to the work being joined (fig. 4-24). (4) Applying solder.  The areas to be joined must be heated to the correct temperature to cause the solder to melt.  The solder is then applied to the joint and not to the soldering iron; however prior to touching the tip to the joint a very small quantity of solder may be applied to the tip of the iron to improve heat transfer.    Apply  enough  solder  to  the  connector  to  provide  smooth  well  formed  fillets  between  the surfaces being soldered (fig. 4-25). 4-29

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