By jedichewie
#4929737
I am just finishing my build for Halloween with the Anovos Proton Pack Kit & a bunch of upgraded parts, sound & lights from the GBFans shop.


[*] The instructions are quite bad for how complex the assembly is. The instructions needed to be broken down into a lot more steps and the parts & hardware needed to be better labeled so you could actually tell what went where. Stickers with part numbers on the actual parts with labels - like Part A, B C, D etc would have helped immensely.
I've had my pack for several months and am now getting around to assembling it (first build).

I just printed out the instructions and did not see a parts diagram. I'm sure I'll figure it out eventually, but it would be a lot faster build with one. The parts are numbered in the instructions but no actual parts diagram that I could find. Has anyone else seen one?
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By RedSpecial
#4929745
Honestly , the best way to assemble it would be to use the pics of the screen used packs in the reference section as a guide.
It's what the majority of us have been doing for years.
You cant get much better than that.
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By jedichewie
#4929880
Honestly , the best way to assemble it would be to use the pics of the screen used packs in the reference section as a guide.
It's what the majority of us have been doing for years.
You cant get much better than that.
You're absolutely right about that!
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