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What cable should I use to do this welding?

I am following a tutorial to fix a light from a screen, and it is the first time I take a soldering iron, my question is, can I cut any thin wire from my house and use it to solder? Or should it be one specific? For example, cut the wires of bad headphones and use it for welding. I am following this tutorial, the movement I have to do is from 7:26 [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vm5G6WV7rw8[(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v= Vm5G6WV7rw8)


Anon User Points 0
Any fine cable is worth a bridge, but don't pay attention to the "bungles" of the video and first tin the cable before welding it, it will be much easier for you to "stick" well. If you pre-wired the cable with a little heat it will be well welded and do not bother the board.


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If I should serve you to make that bridge


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