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Here you can find the range of everyone's favourite single board computer! The revolutionary Raspberry Pi has brought more possibilities within the grasp of developers than ever before, and here you can get your hands on the board that will bring that next idea to life. The Raspberry Pi has come to us in many shapes and sizes, but whichever model you want or need, this platform is guaranteed to pack a punch!
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Step 2 – Rotate the PCB by making sure the LED remains in position. You can use a sponge underneath so that it is kept in place whilst you are soldering it and you can also bend the legs to that the LED is more easily kept in place.
Step 3 – Solder the LED on the pads by making sure you are using the right amount of lead as shown on the picture.
Step 4 – Cut the excess of the legs with side cutters and make sure you are not cutting too close to the PCB. You should aim to cut at about 2 mm off the board.