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Edit by Andrew Bookholt

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[* icon_caution] This step brings your hands close to the exposed face of the power supply. '''Do not''' touch the face of the power supply to avoid a high voltage shock from the many large capacitors attached to the board.
[*
black] Insert wisdom herePull the power supply cable connector away from its socket to disconnect it from the DC to DC board.
[* icon_note] Wiggling the connector while pulling it aids in removal
.
[* icon_caution] This step brings your hands close to the exposed face of the power supply. '''Do not''' touch the face of the power supply to avoid a high voltage shock from the many large capacitors attached to the board.
[*
black] Insert wisdom herePull the power supply cable connector away from its socket to disconnect it from the DC to DC board.
[* icon_note] Wiggling the connector while pulling it aids in removal
.