PRS broken truss rod/fret board removal

This is a classic example of why you should never over tighten a truss rod. This is a collectable PRS that I has to remove the fretboard and truss rod channel cover to access and remove the truss rod. It’s a dual truss rod meaning it exerts force in a concave and convex manner by using a left and right handed nut at either end of the truss rod held in place by it’s own cavity (seen in pic) then covered with a mahogany strip that fills the channel. This was a very delicate job on a great specimen of a hand crafted guitar.