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If you could find a used Hakko FR-801 at a fair price that would be perfect. The only problem, this station is expensive even used. I use Pace (MBT 201 with 2 channels withchannels, SP-1A iron solder and SX-65 Xtractor + a Pace PPS-25A station coupled with the SensaTemp II Thermo Tweez. Also have a Hakko FP-102 station with the fantastic FM-2027 iron and a Hakko hot air station 851-2 that I recommend for small SMD work. The station uses a small hot air pencil that couldshould be perfect for repairs of iPhonefo iPhone mother boardsboards repairs. Got it for $134 USD shipped from ebay USA (still soldsell for $650 by resellers in the US). I live in Canada so it's not totoo far away and shipping costs acceptables but orour 0.75 dollar CDN sucks when dealing in US money LOL....
If you could find a used Hakko FR-801 at a fair price that would be perfect. The only problem, this station is expensive even used. I use Pace (MBT 201 with 2 channels withchannels, SP-1A iron solder and SX-65 Xtractor + a Pace PPS-25A station coupled with the SensaTemp II Thermo Tweez. Also have a Hakko FP-102 station with the fantastic FM-2027 iron and a Hakko hot air station 851-2 that I recommend for small SMD work. The station uses a small hot air pencil that couldshould be perfect for repairs of iPhonefo iPhone mother boardsboards repairs. Got it for $134 USD shipped from ebay USA (still soldsell for $650 by resellers in the US). I live in Canada so it's not totoo far away and shipping costs acceptables but orour 0.75 dollar CDN sucks when dealing in US money LOL....

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If you could find a used Hakko FR-801  at a fair price that would be perfect. The only problem, this station is expensive even used. I use Pace (MBT 201 with 2 channels with SP-1A iron solder and SX-65 Xtractor  + a Pace PPS-25A station coupled with the  SensaTemp II Thermo Tweez.  Also have a Hakko FP-102 station with the fantastic  FM-2027 iron and a Hakko hot air station 851-2 that I recommend for small SMD work. The station uses a small hot air pencil that could be perfect for repairs of iPhone mother boards.  Got it for $134 USD shipped from ebay USA (still sold for $650 by resellers in the US). I live in Canada so it's not to far away and shipping costs acceptables but or 0.75 dollar CDN sucks when dealing in US money LOL....

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