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 No.3008

I need some help guys.

I just recently bought an NES and it has been a pain in the ass. The CIC chip had to be disabled and the adapter needed to be replaced. But now i'm having problems as to having to hold down a game as hard as i can and getting it just right. Help?

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 No.3012

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>>3008

If you mean the cart don't click in place when you push them down, you need to loosen the front screws of the cartridge holder. if they're done too tight the carts won't connect with the pins.

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 No.3015

Yeah i thought it might be that. It does click though, and I think i solved it by allowing the cartridge to barely touch the lip of the cartridge slot opening. Works great now but thanks anyways.

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 No.3193

Could just buy one of the 72 pin connectors made to never be pushed down. My NES has one, it's amazing being able to do the little adjustments to get the contacts lined up right without having that extra step of pushing down.

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 No.3250

>>3012

Super protip: If someone didn't attach this part to the mainboard properly, the front end will bow out. There's a catch that's supposed to slide under the edge of the mainboard, and it's easy to miss if you're new to this. It makes it hard for the mechanism to latch.

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 No.3338

>>3193

Where can you get these at?

If I were to ever get another NES I'd want to replace the 72-pin connector with some kind of aftermarket/ superior reproduction since the old 72-pin connectors never fail to take a shit.

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 No.3356

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 No.3470

dude the pins just needed to be cleaned, i don't need to replace them. You'd know that is you knew anything about repairing the Nes.

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 No.3476

>>3470

And if you were an engineer, you'd know that the effort spent straightening the pins with a stiff steel pin that won't fold in half is more than it costs to work at most jobs and just buy the damn replacement.

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 No.3479

>>3476

No. He just said it needs a quick clean, not to restraighten each individual pin manually.

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 No.3486

>>3479

Then a thin wire brush and cleaning solvent to break down and scrape off any corrosion.

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 No.3642

lol all i did was ask for help and i get this shit

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 No.3644

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>>3642

Welcome to the Internet.

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 No.3647

>lol i wil wate 2 an a haff weks 2 bump dis

Oh, don't mind me, it's not like I've resurrected a dozen beat-to-shit NES systems or anything.

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 No.3649

>>3647

>nes system

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 No.3934

>>3193

You've got it all wrong, buddy. The aftermarket 72 pins are the inferior ones, try your hardest to get the original back in shape or go out and buy salvage systems on the cheap.

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 No.5868

Blinking Light Win. Use Google.

Only good 72-pin replacement known to exist.

Always works, high-quality, and even multi-regions the console without damage (no need to clip pins).

Also completely reversible.

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 No.6350

>>3008

Throw that shit in the trash! Get a AV Famicom Anon!

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 No.6360

>>3008

Replace the 72 pin connector with blinking light win.

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 No.7591

>>6350

/thread

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 No.7643

>>6350

Terrible advice.

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