How to Clean and Repair Nintendo 64 (N64) Games

This video on how to clean and repair your Nintendo 64 (N64) games is brought to you by the folks at the Nintendo Repair Shop Inc. It is absolutely critical that you clean your Nintendo 64 games to ensure they will work properly. Common symptoms of dirty, corroded, or grime coated game contacts (the metal pins sticking out of the center of the game cartridge) are a black screen, distorted graphics, and games that reset at the slightest bump of the console, among others.

Fortunately, the Nintendo Repair Shop Inc. provides a convenient, cheap solution to professionally cleaning up to 50 of your Nintendo 64 (N64) games with our Nintendo Game Cleaning Kit which has all the parts you need to open up your games and professionally clean them just like we do in this video.

We hope you find this video helpful! Check out our YouTube page for other FREE and helpful nintendo repair videos. Be sure to post any questions you may have below in the comments section as we will be monitoring and responding every day.
<p>i checked the shop and it doesn't have the colored cartridge thing like in the video, where could i buy those?</p>
This is an excellent way to clean games and anyone who is experiencing similar problems should visit www.nintendorepairshop.com they have lots of useful information about this.<br><br>Nintendo Repair Shop<br>www.nintendorepairshop.com
tbh why dont u just take a quetip and use that :P dont have to take it apart
Well i think it's pretty safe to say that it's a more thorough way of cleaning N64 games and more effective than a cotton swab because you can apply more pressure to get the grime off of your game.

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