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110V 60W Electric Soldering Iron Gun Tool Kit Welding Desoldering Pump Tool Set

by Hi io000oi

110V 60W Electric Soldering Iron Gun Tool Kit Welding Desoldering Pump Tool Set

by Hi io000oi
$16.99
Color: Blue
Brand: GSH
Quantity Sold: 2755
Shipping: FREE
Returns Within: 30 Days
Payments: PayPal

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Item Specifics

Item number:371722476596
Model:Electric Soldering Iron Kit
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
Custom Bundle:Yes
Item Height:1"
Item Width:2
Power Source:Corded Electric
Type:Electric Soldering Iron Kit
Power:60 W
Color:Blue
MPN:SLD-73-BIN
Item Length:9"
Item Weight:15 oz
Brand:GSH
Manufacturer Warranty:3 months
Manufacturer Color:BLUE
Item Diameter:1"
Voltage:110 V
UPC:707870322026

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Refund: Money back or replacement (buyer's choice)
Returns Accepted: Returns Accepted
Returns Within: 30 Days
Shipping Cost Paid By: Seller

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•Offer delivery with Tracking Number.
•Package will arrive within 3-6 business days for 48 contiguous States.

Guaranteed satisfaction to your de-soldering and soldering needs .
 Easily deal with PCB projects, wood burning work, solder loose wires & circuits of small gauge, repair jewelry & various LED lights, intricate pieces of computers, replace TV capacitors or accessories, and work on small parts for RC cars & micro drones or any other trinkets of your kids.
•Temp Rang: 200℃ - 450 ℃.
•Desoldering Pump: Plastic and aluminum alloy. 
1. Clean the electronic components to be soldered.
2. Wait until the iron reaches certain temperature (recommend 300°/ 572°F).
3. Apply a small piece of solder to the heated iron tip to prevent oxidation, then rub the iron tip and evenly extend the solder to the surface of the iron tip.

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