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    What do you use?

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    I think we're talking about different things.

    Yes, you won't pull the UA13 and UA14 off the board, they're RAM chips.

    But you can get a working NBA Jam TE by moving your NBA Jam TE ROM chips (UG/UJ) to your working NBA Jam board. (You also need to move the PLCC chip in the brown socket across too)

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    This is an IC puller:

    https://www.jaycar.com.au/ic-extract...-pins/p/TH1818

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