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How do I remove the SIgnal processor A board. This one and the D board (deflection) board are attached together through white D connectors. Unable to figure out how to disconnect the conenctors. Any help is appreciated.

Panasonic PT47WX52F

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those are bridge connectors they stay attached to the A board and release from the D board. Just slide a small screw driver under the bridge on the D board side and gently lift up they will pop right off.

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