Just to emphasize, these are called ZIF cables, or “zero insertion force".
Truly, you only need to press on the metal button and pull gently *straight* out. No wiggling. No yanking. There is no click.
If you're putting it back in, the clip “clicks" into place by popping back up.
If you use ~91% isopropyl alcohol to clean, it will evaporate rapidly and leave no residue (assuming you wiped away anything that wasn't the alcohol or water in the 91% solution you just used). Your prep is done, there.
Place one side of tweezers under from wire side, pinch with tweezers, and use to lift up, this pulls the wire out of the lock. (They aren't pins inside, but fins.)
I try being extremely gentle when working with electronics, but you need a tad more force this. Perhaps you'll need the same force for pulling those miles cables for the optical drive earlier. :)
It feels very stuck, but if you can just get the “more" stuck end up a little first (I gently used a screwdriver as a skinny finger) and hold it there with your real fingers, you can get the easier side up a little too, then lift both together simultaneously with your hands. (1001a model, here)
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