Hello, I’m hand-assembling these boards I designed, and I must have bumped the board when placing it in the oven. The 2 chips I circled are rotated such that their leads are bridging the adjacent pads. Hopefully the image keeps its resolution; I can retake/repost cropped for more resolution if the defect isn’t clear.
How should I go about reworking these? I have a soldering iron, a T962A reflow oven, a crappy sparkfun hot air gun, and lots of flux.
Should I remove the chips and just redo them by hand (the pitch is plenty big)? Or could I just toss on a ton of flux & give it another cycle in the oven? Or should I use a heat gun, flux, and realign with tweezers once the solder melts?
This is 60/40 Sn/Pb solder.