i saw the hot air gun desoldering and thought i could do the same with my oven!
i mean you can reflow with one why cant you desolder?
so i turned on my convection oven to 550*F grabbed some aluminum pans and had at it
first i just put the motherboard on a cut out cooking pan and threw it in ... at about 300* the capacitors started popping so i removed it pulled all the capacitors out with pliers and put it back in
just about all solder melts at 400*f so i checked the temperature of the board to make sure there around 400*f
first time i took it out and i tapped it in another cooking sheet to drop most components than i took the plate of the motherboard to scrape some SMD components off ... i than put it back in for it to reheat up than id hold the PCBs at a 45* angle like \ and tap the back with a large fork and it would pull most threw hole components out ... after 3 times generally all the components were gone ... any remaining ones i removed with a small torch but that was only a few small SMD parts that got snagged
i than cleaned up the PCBs with a torch and some flicking to make them smooth and im going to sell them to a friend of mine who makes custom jewelry