I am trying to revive a months-dead home theater amp/audio unit (Panasonic SA-XR50) that a family member cooked after a move and was not sure what "OVERLOAD" on the front panel meant before it went off totally (he let some of the speaker leads short).
I've already spotted a few bad caps, but want to isolate the boards and see if I can get it to power up with some of them disconnected.
I've come across this lovely connector below and quite to be honest, embarrassed that I can't figure out how to remove these (properly).
I am not sure if this whole section just lifts off, I've tried moderate pulling and pushing from underneath, but no movement.
There is a sort of "cover" that I un-clipped on another similar connector, but not sure if this is part of the process...
If anybody could shed some light/advice on how to properly remove these connectors before I end up botching it up, it is greatly appreciated.
EDIT: As per the suggetions of passerby and WhatRoughBeast I used a fine tipped screwdriver to wedge into the wire/pin... after working all pins, the wire pulled right out.