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Old 05 November 2018, 08:26   #25
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The large holes being ground planes have a bigger mass to heat up to soldering temp whereas the pins on the jack are a smaller ground plane mass so heat up quicker than the holes,so the solder is sucked up by the smaller hotter ground plane first.

So either you are using an insufficient soldering iron temp or tip I.E better to use a higher soldering temp with a bigger iron tip like a broad chisel tip a normal point fine tip will never work
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