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I just need to know how to remove the little cables

I just need to know how to remove the little mini coax cables from the wireless lan cards???

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Just pry carefully each connector. Try not to use a metal screwdriver. You can use a plastic part. If no plastic screwdriver is available, use a wooden stick or something that will not damage the pcb. Pry and pull straight the connector. To connect it back to the board, push it gently straight until it locks.

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