Quoted from kermit24:
All: Be very careful installing the zip tie node board "fix" kit. One of the legs broke off the D9 diode on one of my boards during the kit install. It is a tricky because of the way the zip tie flexes before it is tightened and puts tension on the diode. It is a really bad design.
It is tricky. I haven't done my SW yet, but did my GB last weekend without any issues. My suggestions to anyone doing it:
1) Brace the diode with your thumb or another finger while threading the zip tie through just to keep it stable.
2) Don't tighten the zip tie too early. That just adds extra strain. Instead, loop the zip tie through very loosely (just get tied in a big loop). Then carefully orient the zip tie the way it is in the instructions in the final picture, with the butt end of the zip tie in its final placement. Then use one hand to hold the spacer in place while bracing the diode and gently start pulling the zip tie tight with the other. I did it in increments and kept making sure everything was in place before it was fully tightened up.
The biggest problem I had in GB is the middle nodeboard is under a pile of other wires/cable. My initial plan was to remove the board and then do it, but that is not an easy chore with all the connectors and wires in the way. I ended up removing a couple of connectors just to give my self room but left the board in. The node board at the top is much easier to do, way less clutter. Not sure if the same will apply to SW, haven't looked yet.