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NAND errors like that usually look worse than they are.  Most commonly they are caused by one of the flexes.  If you go back in and make sure each flex is properly seated, and make sure they don't have any traces of finger oils you will likely solve the problem.  If this still doesn't work, then you can isolate which flex is causing the error by taking everything off and (starting with power flex) add them back one by one.

Or you could be unlucky like me and find that your first NAND error was in fact a damaged NAND chip :(