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Old 08-11-2019, 12:09 AM   #3
fleetw00d
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Originally Posted by sonikaccord View Post
Pull the white retaining clip thing out, then use a small pick or screw driver to press the clip holding the pin in.

You may have to Google some pin removal videos. They're all the same.
The portion of the white part that survived the devastation looked like it was barbed or would snap over some internal feature, but I couldn't tell looking at the intact connector how I would release it - you think if I can get a small needle nose on it that it will just pull out? I can try it later today - like I said, I have two chances. If I finally figure it out, I can collect some at the JY.
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