Battery contacts scratched (before solder)

I used a heat gun to desolder the old battery from the logic board (while I wait for my new soldering station to arrive from Amazon).

I tested my new battery by pushing it down onto the board and the iPod booted fine until I let go.

I cleaned out the contact points on the board with a Q tip and some 91% isopropyl but I’m afraid I may have scratched them too hard. Pushing the battery down no longer boots the iPod when clicking the power button.

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When my soldering station arrives, will soldering each point still work okay? Or do I need to do something else to repair it. I’m only worried because pressing the battery contact down no longer works.

Let me know if anyone has an idea! Just wondering if soldering it normally will be okay.

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