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A pin is provided in its sidewall with an access cutout to its socket center, the cutout being located below the rim of the extender to maintain rim continuity.
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A pin is provided in its sidewall with an access cutout to its socket center, the
cutout being located below the rim of the extender to maintain rim continuity.
A cutout 1 in the sidewall 2 of pin extender 3 is located below the rim 4.
Cutout 1 provides access to the central socket 5, which receives an electrical
terminal pi (not shown), e.g., the pin of a power transistor or the like. The cutout
1 allows inspection and cleanout of the socket 5 and solder application and
bonding there through of the aforementioned terminal pin. The contiguous ring of
rim 4 maintains the mechanical integrity of the extender 3 and facilitates the
assembling and soldering associated with the aforementioned pin thereto in the
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