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[* black] Check if the junction is hot enough. Press the solder stick into the junction, opposite the iron. No force is necessary.
[* icon_caution] Applying solder directly to the iron may appear sufficient, but will result in a cold joint. Always apply solder to a junction, not directly to the iron.
[* icon_note] Smoke is a normal occurrence, and is safe to breath (but obviously not in a prolonged setting). The smoke is due to the rosin flux core burning off. It contains no additional toxins.
[* yellowgreen] If solder melts immediately upon contact, the junction is hot enough!
[* icon_note] Smoke is a normal occurrence, and is safe to breath (but obviously not in a prolonged setting). The smoke is due to the rosin flux core burning off. It contains no additional toxins.
[* yellowgreen] If solder melts immediately upon contact, the junction is hot enough!
[* orange] If solder only partially melts, or does not melt at all, more time is required to heat up the junction.
[* blue] Apply a generous amount of solder to the junction. The resulting solder joint should be shiny and appear as shown.