How many of us remember coming home with a new NES game, plug it into the system and “forget” about supper. We would then play into the wee hours of the night only to wake up early in the morning to start gaming again? I for one remember all the great memories I used to have when playing my Nintendo Entertainment System. They were like magic then. It’s a shame that most of our children will not be able to experience the same feelings we did…. or will they?
Old school gaming has been making a comeback for some time now and it seems that more and more people are jumping on the bandwagon. How could they not. Memories can be a great thing to come back to, and with all the great memories I have from playing the NES I’m thankful I can come back to them and relive some of the magic it produced. We know have the know how and tools to change and fix that old system into something that will make it work like new.
Unfortunately there are many people out there that don’t know how to resurrect their NES and cast them off either into a garage sale, thrift store or worse yet, the garbage. Thankfully for the rest of us, we can sometimes find these gems and bring them back to their original state. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know how to pull it apart, replace the 72 pin connector, and put it back together. Though there are other problems that come up on these systems that many people don’t know how to fix.
Fortunately there is a guide that tells all. How to open, fix (not replace) the 72 pin connector, fix the motherboard, and put it all back together, even better than how you found it. All of this is included in an easy step-by-step guide that includes video and PDF files. It will take you by the hand so you can troubleshoot and fix the problem area. There are also ways that this guide can show you how to make easy money from your love of the NES.
This is Matt Seiling on being a Proud Original Nintendo Owner.
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