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I Am Unable To Tightly Close The Part Of JD

I am unable to tightly close the part of JD that is the chest and shoulder section and thus the EZB does not connect consistently. 

Is there a diagram on how the insides should sit so I can connect this tightly?


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#2  
This seems to be a question about a product and not the software. So better suited for the manufacture, which is ezrobot. I found this tutorial for battery replacement which shows how to perform the opening and closing of the robot body. Here is the link: http://www.ez-robot.com/Tutorials/Lesson/85?courseId=1
#3  
i saw the video and to be annest its not good to see how it looks when the dean connector is inplace.
also i would not recoment leaving the screws in while assemble the chest.it makes it more difficult.
my appolegies if i sound disrespectfull,dont mean to.
#4  
Nomad 6R, your helpful arrow and comments were great!  I was able to properly attach the piece so it sits flush!  Thank you SO MUCH!
#5  
hi smurray

was the video helpfull for you?and is the wire ok in the picture.good to hear your jd is ok.
i notest when you see the video in full screen,you can see the connector in the correct place.
#6  
I didn't check the video because your reply did the trick.
#7  
ah ok .tip. its always good to see all info as you can get,aldo the problem is solved.you can still learn new things.