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Had mine came with the receiver, with battery terminals that were salvageable, and wasn't full of rust, it would be hooked up to my fully functional NES right now!
Thanks mate! I just updated Step 7 with the LED and Safe Shutdown button update :)
That's amazing if you still have a functioning one! I can definitely relate to the sadness caused by the destruction working retro gaming relics. I've seen some NES case and other mods that just seem blasphemous.
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These are a few of my favorite things as well :). Thanks for the love!
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Nice job on this. I was able to use the original back with the ports coming out of the bottom. I had to dremel the port holes as well as the middle screw post and some bracing. It's a tight fit for sure. 3d printed back would be nicer but hey it works! Thanks for putting this up!
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