I bought a beautiful P24 about four years ago and I've played it only a few times. WHY? Because the volume pot started shorting out when I tapped on it, and then it stopped working. So I pulled out another sword from the scabbard and left it to sleep until today. I figured, how hard can it be to solder in a new volume pot? So I charged up the iron, labeled and snipped a few wires, went in to judiciously remove the leads on the lugs and saw a particularly undesired wisp of fume. I pulled the iron out and saw that I'd "warmed up" the piezo ribbon cable. I MEAN, WHAT THE ACTUAL [email protected]$#???? AM I DOOMED??? CAN I ALSO SHARE THAT SOLDERING IN A GUITAR CAVITY IS REALLY QUITE AN A$$PAIN??? I need some flux to get my iron tip working better, so I pulled out early. A new PRS volume pot is ready and waiting. What should I do?