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Chances are if you've ever owned or played a Nintendo NES, you've experienced the blinking screen or have had trouble playing your games. The cause fo...
Phillips Screwdriver NES Connector 72 pin Nintendo Repair Part Nintendo NES Repair Cleaning Paste Nintendo NES Repair Cleaning Rinse Non-Static Cleani...
Turn your NES upside down. Remove the 6 screws indicated by the red arrows in the picture. Once the screws are loose, flip your console over again and...
With the top half of the case off, remove the RF shield. This is the big metal thing that covers most of the NES internals. Remove the 7 screws and yo...
Remove the 8 screws holding the NES mainboard down and pull it out of the case. Be careful not to pull it too far because there are connectors still a...
Remove the 3 connectors for the controllers and switch assembly. You will then be able to remove the mainboard completely out of the case. With the ma...
Remove the worn out 72 Pin cartridge connector from the mainboard. It might require a little force to get it out. You can toss the old 72 Pin NES Conn...
The contacts connecting the 72 pin connector often get dirty and corroded which prevents the connector from making good electrical connection to the m...
In the same way that you took off the old 72 Pin NES Connector, slide the new NES Connector 72 pin Nintendo Repair Part onto the now clean AND DRY Nin...
he Nintendo Repair Shop Inc.'s Mail-In NES Repair has been the signature service since its inception. Through our Mail-in NES Repair Service, we have ...
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