I've got a pedal with a broken on/on mini switch. I'm pretty good at soldering pots and jacks on guitars and did a bit of reading on similar work on PCB components. I have a long way to go. Took at stab at this tonight knowing full well I may fail and render the part inoperable but I learn by doing, and by failure. My solder sucker was too bulky for solder removal in this instance and the solder wick I have just won't pick up enough in such small areas. That said, are there other options for removing small solder areas like this on small PCB components? Even if I can get this switch off I am guessing I toasted the board. I'm OK with that, I jumped into it as a learning experience and would still like to get the switch desoldered and the new one installed.