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HOW TO – Fix your old NES

Nes FixDIY live has some good tips on fixing that old NES “I took apart my nintendo, and found the 72 pin connector. I took my smallest flat head screw-driver and pried every pin up a little. Over time, they had lost their springiness (I don’t know if that is a word, but it describes what I am talking about). This is a pretty good fix. It may not be the best, but it works. Another thing to help out is to clean the pins of your old cartridge. You can take a wooden pencil with the red eraser, and rub it on the pins of the cartridge. Make sure you get all of the eraser off of the cartridge.” Thanks Star! Link.

0 thoughts on “HOW TO – Fix your old NES

  1. These are great, but is there a book or somewhere that has more detailed
    instructions on how to actually do some of these toy projects.

    My grandchildren would be amazed at these…..

    great fun….thanks….Mark

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