Processor pin stuck in motherboard.

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Hey, I have a motherboard and when i took out the processor some of the pins stuck inside of it

one thing is i dont plan to use this processor anymore because i have bought a new one anyways.

And i was wondering how i would get these old pins out so i can put in a new processor ...

Thx :)
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Needle nose pliers perhaps?
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They make them that small ?
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I'm sure they do. Look for a PC repair kit or look at Sears.com
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I might try a tweezer.

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A good beat down on the back of the board should do the trick :D

But if you want to keep it nice and oil free I would suggest tweezer's
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a needle tip dipped in a super glue like 3M glue gel, then stick it on the exposed tip of the pin, hold for few seconds, then pull. its clean and wont do damage on the gold coat of the connector....

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