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    Molex pin removal

    Ok, whats the easiest way to remove molex pins, I need to 7v a horrible little 60mm delta before I go deaf.
    I seem to remember someone posting about a cheap molex remover - or was it how to make your own one? I cant remember, anyway someone got a link/tell me how?

    cheers.

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    i just get a screwdriver, push the clips on the ping in and then it falls thru the hole. the you simple pop out the clips and put it back in easy

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    Molex pin removal tool

    Hi,

    Check the link below for a pin removal tool as requested.

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    Personally, i find tweezers are good for this!
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    Thanks chaps - managed it quite easily with a jewellers screwdriver - alot easier than I was expecting tbh

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