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Re: [Distillers] Re: Oven-cooked Soldering

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  • martin martins
    ... lol that reminds me of the time when I rebuilt my car engine and had the problem of what to do with a dripping engine block that I d just scrubbed with
    Message 1 of 4 , May 16, 2009
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      >> Has anyone tried this? Lead-free solders of the Tin-Copper form have a melting point of about 227 C / 440 F so a 450 F oven would potentially do it; Might use Silver solder as it's lower-temperature for this.

      > Thanks in advance.

      > (Yes, if you're married, you may want to do this only when the wife's away; I am single tho LOL)

      lol that reminds me of the time when I rebuilt my car engine and had the problem of what to do with a dripping engine block that I'd just scrubbed with eangine cleaner and a pressure washer. The oven just looked SO inviting, almost begging to be used. (the misses went ape!)

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