What is a “dry solder joint” or a “cracked solder joint”? Mark Fixes Stuff | 5 April 2013 | Amstrad CPC, Repair, Tutorial | No Comments In this HD video I demonstrate how to recognise a typical solder joint that has gone dry and cracked, and then show how to repair the problem with a soldering iron. This is a repair on the video / monitor socket of an Amstrad CPC464. Tags:Amstad CPC464 Video Socket Repair, Repair, what is a cracked solder joint, What is a dry solder joint Related Posts Load software into a real spectrum super fast from MP3 players, iPhone etc. using OTLA! 2 Comments | Feb 7, 2013 Load a real game into your real spectrum from this video’s soundtrack! – Traxx (1983) No Comments | Feb 15, 2013 Sinclair Spectrum +3: Disk Drive, Audio & RGB SCART fixes! Better Sound and Video! No Comments | Feb 8, 2019 Review: Newly Manufactured Sinclair ZX Spectrum 48k Faceplate Replacements from SellMyRetro.com No Comments | Jan 10, 2014 About The Author Mark Fixes Stuff Just a geek, geeking about. Not a nerd. Add a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.