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    I've been gaming since the days of Pong and still own a working Atari 2600. I tend to ramble on about retro games, whether they be board games, video games or PC games. Sometimes I digress. Decades after earning it, I'm finally putting the skills I learned while completing my history degree from the University of Victoria to good use. Or so I think. If you're into classic old school gaming, this blog is for you!

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New magisterrex.com Help Entry: Repairing Your NES

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!

The rest of the article can be found on the magisterrex website, located here: Fixing Your NES

Repair your blinking light Nintendo NES System!

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2 Responses

  1. Ive managed to aquire so many NES consoles where the connectors have either been bent and repaired with a quick bending back or by replacing the connector.

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    This post was mentioned on Twitter by magisterrex: New magisterrex.com Help Entry: Repairing Your NES: http://wp.me/pBb2X-7U

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