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I can not remove the y-sustain pcb after removing all the screws and disconnecting the cables. It has three large heatsinks that seam to be holding the board down. Is there a way to get this pcb off the chassis?

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Hi,
If you are sure all the screws are out then there usually isn't anything else holding it down. The connectors on the side where it plugs into the buffer pcbs along the side are usually very tight and require some persuading with a flat head screwdriver. There might be a piece of rubber underneath the board that is sticky on both sides/ They sometimes use that I think to help prevent it shorting to the chassis. I have had some that were on pretty tight making you think it was still bolted to something.

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