How To Repair Your NES Without Really Trying
Josh Boudreau’s guide on how to repair your NES would’ve been golden 15 years ago, but you know what, it’s still gold because I’m a retro gamer type of guy too and I’m sure there’s a lot of people out there who still play their NES on a daily basis. What this guide will do for you is show you how to repair your NES so the screen won’t blink and your beloved games will play again – even after blowing on it until you turn blue. Josh says the reason for the “broken NES games” is because of bad electrical connections between the game and the console as a result of dirt, corrosion or busted copper contacts. With a few tools and a good stiff drink you’ll have Kung-Fu up and running again in no time.