Alright, but I’m expecting you to play the crap out of it after its done and report back if it shows up or not after some good beatings.
Go to the bottom of the stick, and remove the smaller phillips screws so you can lift and remove the bottom plate. Leave the larger philips heads alone for now, and dont forget the screw under the ‘warranty void if removed’ sticker. Once the bottom plate is off, flip it over so you can get to the bolts holding the four feet to the plate. Loosen the bolt for the foot that would be closest to the the start and back buttons (remember its upside down). It’s not super important which one you loosen, but it’d be less hassle to use that one. Cut a 1 foot length of wire (nothing too strict here, just whatever you got, but no thicker than 22 gauge if you can help it), strip an inch of insulation off of one end. Twist that exposed part of wire underneeth the bolt you just loosened, so that you can tighten the bolt down onto it. The idea is for the bolt to hold the exposed length of wire to the metal of the bottom panel. Screw the bolt down TIGHT. Use a wrench on the bolt and a monster phillips screwdriver on the other side so you can tighten it as tight as you possibly can. Take the wire, and thread it through the hole in the black plastic for the last (fourth) punch button. Put the bottom plate back on and put the small phillips screws back in to secure it.
Remove the six bolts from the top of the stick, lift up the top so you can see and get to the four bolts that secure the JLF mounting plate to the top metal plate’s mounting bracket. Take a piece of wire similar to the last one, but with only 1/2" of insulation removed from the end. Loosen on of those four bolts that secure the JLF to the top place, wrap the exposed wire under the bolt head, and tighten back down.
Now you should have two wires, securely and electrically connected to the top metal plate and bottom metal plate. Now we need to connect them to ground. Look at the button distro block where all of the button wires are going. The section where the small greyish ribbon cables go should be closest to you. There’s one row of QDs in the middle, and another row of QDs on the other side, the side opposite the ribbon cable connectors. This FAR (NOT MIDDLE!) row is the one we want. Pull up the QD on the far LEFT, the side closest to the main TE pcb. Take your two wires you just added, strip off 1/2" of insulation from the end, and insert them into the QD. Then put the QD back onto the button distribution block. The idea is for the QD to hold onto the two wires when it slides onto the tab on the distribution board, holding them in place and electrically connecting them.
That’s it. Put the six hex bolts back to secure the top panel back an and you should be golden.