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Nes how do you change the 72pin conecter

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Weee... I miss the old days. I am assuming that you have a replacement. And make sure that your power is not plugged.

What you need is a standard size Phillips screwdriver. There are 4 screws at the bottom of the system (Take them out).

Now on the inside, you have to mess with the screws along the board. You won't have to mess with the ones attached to the controller ports, cause it may have long cords like mine did.

There is also a grounding shield that you have to take off the top of the connector you are talking about.

Once all screws are off there are 2 additional ones holding the connector down (If I remember right, they are shorter then all the other screws).

Carefully lift the board itself from the rear of the system and pull the connector out. That should be about it.

Posted on Jan 08, 2008


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