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Figure 4-31.  Thermal Stripper
TM 9-254 4-14. Desoldering Techniques - Continued (5) Position the stranded wire or shielding braid on the connection and place the hot soldering iron tip on top of the stranded wire or shielding braid as shown in figure 4-30. (6) Hold  shielding  braid  and  iron  tip   against   joint   or   connection   until   the   desired   amount   of   solder   is absorbed into shielding braid.  Be careful not to over heat components. Remove the soldering iron tip and the shielding braid simultaneously. (7) Allow connection to cool and then remove the flux residue with alcohol and a medium stiff bristle brush. Figure 4-30.  Wicking Procedure 4-15. Stripping Insulated Wire. a. General.  Wire must be stripped of insulation before it can be tinned or soldered.  There are two methods of removing insulation:  thermal strippers for removing plastic insulation and mechanical strippers (precision cutting) for non- plastic insulation. WARNING Good ventilation is required when using thermal  strippers.    Wire  insulation  gives  off  a  toxic  gas when melted. b. Thermal  Stripper  (fig.  4-31).    A  thermal  stripper  uses  a  small  loop  of  resistance  wire,  heated  by  electric current to a high temperature. 4-36

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