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Flow only enough solder into the joint as it will easily accept.

Is it a good soldered connection?

If the connection is a good one, then the solder will be bright and shiny. All solder surfaces will be concave (valleys) indicating good wetting of the solder. This means that enough heat was used to make the joint and that all parts were hot enough to suck up a good, yet thin, coat of the solder. Connections made with too little heat will show convex (hills or blobs) solder surfaces indicating that the solder didn't get hot enough to flow easily. Solder joints made with too much heat have a grey, dull appearance.

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