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    hold a heat probe in place

    What kind of tape would be good to hold a heat probe in place? It would have to be placed over the open circuit board. I have some thermal tape left would that be strong enough? Thanks
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    You can even use duct tape if you want... as long as the tape is non-conductive.
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    duct tape is bad b/c it doesnt usually hold up to heat.

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