So you’ve cleaned and cleaned your Nintendo Entertainment System and its power light keeps blinking. It looks like your days of playing Super Mario Bros or Final Fantasy have finally come to an end. But wait! With one little part and 15 minutes of elbow grease, your NES will rise from its deathbed and play like it just came out of its original box. All you need is a new 72-pin cartridge connector and a “Phillips” screwdriver!
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