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Convergence issue on a Mitsubishi VS-5043 50'' rear projection TV

I am attempting to repair a convergence issue on a Mitsubishi VS-5043 50” rear projection TV. I have the electronic base completely removed from the cabinet except for 2 issues at this point. Firstly, I have one long wire, which I have yet to disconnect. It is a red wire that’s kind like a spark plug wire where it’s a heavier wire and has a rubber boot on it where it plugs into the side of another component. It has a white tag on it marked “FBT”. I am unsure as to what kind of pressure to apply to remove this without breaking it. Any idea if a twist is needed or simply a pull? Or both? It does not seem to want to twist.. Secondly, the board that is turned on its side, attached to the main pcb thru an edge connector and is right on front of the convergence IC’s. This board seems to be inserted into 2 small plastic connectors. I see a small nub on either connector but am unsure as to pull the nub out or push it in towards the component board to release it…? I assume it should come completely free from the remaining main pcb assy? Many THANKS in advance!

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Tunesmind, were you able to pull out that board, if so, did you pull or push on the nubs on the connector

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