In redoing my new crossovers I soldered a .5 Ohm resisitor in place and then went to work on placing my inductors. The board has the corresponding holes very close. (Picture below)
Now, when I soldered the inductor, the solder wants to flow into the area and contact the bordering hole which has the resistor in place.
Since I will never claim to be a smart guy I want peoples opinion on this one.
I have de-soldered it several times while trying to keep the damn solder from touching one another and I think I may have succeeded on the last try but am not sure.
I think I know the answer but what if anything is this going to do if they are indeed making a circuit/contact? Does there need to be a clearance? If so, does anyone have any ideas?
The boards so far have been easy as pie except for this particular spot.
Thanks in advance,