I bought 7 broken NES Games – let’s try to fix them #Gaming #Nintendo @TronicsFix
On YouTube, TronixFix works on some inexpensive NES cartridges:
I Bought 7 BROKEN NES Games – Let’s Try To Fix Them – The prices you can get for selling these games range from $5-$30 so hopefully I can get all (or at least some) of them working again. Of course I’m expecting we’re going to deal with liquid damage, probably some resoldering will be needed, and some of the games will just be dirty. How many do you think I can get working again?
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