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-[* black] Next you will install the IC socket, or integrated circuit socket. IC sockets connect the brains of a circuit board (the CPU) to the connections on the board itself. It allows the CPU to be easily replaced without the risk of damage associated with soldering.
-[* black] Stick the eight leads of the IC socket through the holes in the rectangle with "IC1" below it. Make sure that the semi-circle on the top of the socket lines up with the semi-circle printed on the edge of the rectangle on the circuit board.
-[* black] Use the same soldering techniques to form the eight solder joints.
+[* black] Next you will install the IC socket, also known as a CPU socket. IC sockets use a mechanical connection to connect a processor to a printed circuit board. This allows the processor to be easily replaced without the risk of damage associated with soldering processors directly to a circuit board.
+[* black] Stick the eight leads of the IC socket through the holes in the rectangle marked IC1. Make sure that the semi-circle on the top of the socket lines up with the semi-circle printed on the edge of the rectangle on the circuit board.
+[* black] Turn the board over and solder the eight leads of the IC socket to the board. Just like the buttons, there is no need to trim any excess wire.