Quoted from Green-Machine:
Ok..... So now that I have the insight on how important it is to go very very slow and controlled, I think I’ll give a try. I have a couple other repairs I want make first before I do it. I’ll let ya know how it goes when I do it. Thanks for all the help. It is very much appreciated
Not sure if you burn your own or not, but I can do B/W roms. Also like said above...I find the screwdriver method better than the chip pullers.
Here's a video I did on my JP...about 1:29 shows actual chip removal but it went quicker than I remember lol.
Just make sure to keep the screwdriver shaft more level and do the work with twisting side to side working your way down the chip. Bigger chips like tz may help to get it started and then switch to the other side.