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  1. There are no threads that I can find on removal of this style crossover seen below. These are images of an AR98ls crossover. It looks to me like installing the Lsi components on this board will require the removal of the entire masonite panel. Does anyone here have suggestions for a "best practice" or perhaps "techniques to avoid" in removing the masonite panel and PC board without damage? The picture of the board on the right is an example exactly like the ones in my cabinets. Adams
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