Just thought I would toss this in here as a option instead of using the Cheap PLCC32 plastic sockets....
The Standard PLCC 32 pin ROM sockets are not really meant to be used if you are going to be repeatedly removing the chip.
Now I know this might be a more expensive option, however if you are going to be repeatedly removing the PLCC chip for programming, I would suggest using one of these PLCC32 TEST "BURN-IN" SOCKETS from PLASTRONICS.
This way there is Zero insertion force.....or extraction force for that matter.
You just simply push down on the sides of the socket...and the Pins inside are spring loaded and will retract
while you place or remove the chip from the socket......insert or remove with zero resistance.
The other option as I will mention in the videos... and that is to just use the DIP version of the 4MBit Flash chip....and use a 32 Pin ZIF.
The pinouts for either the DIP or PLCC version of the AT49F040 are identical, so you just match them up accordingly when you are wiring up the socket to the cart PCB.