the outside screws are a little deep, plan ahead :)
would have been really nice to show a Step 8 in pulling off the 72-PIN connector has i had to just guess that it would just pull off. it took a little force and at first i thought it was attached via something i was missing, Also anyone who wants to know when removing player 1/2 and the power and reset "big blue tab" don't pull on the wires but try and get your fingernail/jimmy on either side and nudge it going back and forth until you get some release a little, then go to other side and so same until you can get a better grip and just pull it out
also not all NES are the same underneath, my tab was much less noticeable and i had one less screw to get the shield off then he showed. and 2 less screws to remove the cartridge tray.
its when your replacing the cartridge tray, if u do it wrong the tray will feel like it's bowing up in the middle, like when u put in the screws u have to press the tray down to get the screw holes to line up / be flush, if u get the lip underneath to catch correctly there will be no issue/bow u wan't have to press down on it, or make the screws pull the tray to the motherboard, instead the tray will be flush with no pressure applied, i had no idea what he meant either until i was reversing the steps.
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