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  1. OscarMoore

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    Hi! Where can i buy solder sucker?
     
  2. BobK

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    Have you tried the internet? It is really amazing.

    Bob
     
  3. Audioguru

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    The internet is causing many stores to close. I like to see and hold things that I buy. If something goes wrong with them then the store replaces them. I also like chatting with the store staff.
     
  4. BobK

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    I also would like to have a store that stocked common parts for emergencies. But they ain’t coming back. It just isn’t economically feasible.

    Bob
     
  5. duke37

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    I have had a simple solder sucker for many years but more recently purchased a soldering iron with a hollow bit and a sucker pump. I think this came from CPC as a special offer. Works well.
     
  6. Martaine2005

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    It absolutely astounds me that some people have time to search for a site, register, login and ask a question like that.
    But to be fair to the OP, maybe he/she meant :
    What is a solder sucker? or
    Where would you suggest buying one? or
    Manual solder sucker? or
    Electric vacuum machine? or
    I am probably wrong.

    Martin
     
  7. Nanren888

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    Hand, as in hobbiest, or electric professional? (see Duke37's message)
    The professional ones likely have distributors somewhere nearby, who may have a display model.
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    Otherwise availability is likely location-dependent.
     
  8. Martaine2005

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    Not at all. Horses for courses.
    The size and length (excuse my description:eek:) is important too. Not all tools fit in tight places (not again:cool:)...
    What I mean is, sometimes a hand held tool is......No,No not again.
    A professional would have the appropriate sucker for the job in hand.....Wow this is difficult:D.
    Somebody help me please......:p

    Martin
     
  9. 73's de Edd

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    Help you . . . .no way . . .I'm.still rolling on the floor . . . .
     
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  10. davenn

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    another silly thread closed
     
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