Next thing you need to do is to remove the PCB and rumble motors. This is accomplished by pulling the motors out (one has a plastic holder, don't loose it), removing a screw, unplugging the ribbon cable that comes from the conductive mat for the buttons, and pulling the PCB out. Note that there is a small plastic light tube near the screw. This directs light from the LED on the PCB to the hole for the analog indicator light. Don't loose this because it also helps hold the case together. After pulling the PCB out, you will need to pull the cable that goes to the PSX out from around the stress relief posts. Also, pull the sticks off of the PCB so they can be washed.