When I solder components to double sided PCBs, what often happens is, only one side yields continuity. Meaning, I will get my continuity tester/multimeter, and put one probe on one terminal of the Capacitor or whatever, and put the other on the other terminal, and I will see that theyre is no continuity. And then I flip the board over to see that the terminal with the Cap on it, does not have any solder on it, but the other side, the side supposed to have solder, is a good solder joint. Does this happen to anyone else? And am I supposed to put more solder on it so it goes semi through the terminal along the lead of the component? Or do I solder both sides?
Note: this does not apply to SMD components.
I hope that made sense, if not I will take a picture of an example.