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When you replace the NES 72-pin connector It'll be hard to insert the game especially the first time, it'll take a few uses before it loosens up. Use a third party cartridge to shove in there or take the top off and the heat shield and try and insert it then this is what i had to-do when i first did my NES for a while.
Reference to the above question: techforums.nintendo.com/thread/2328 The yellow light indicates that the Wii is off but the WiiConnect24 is on, operating in standby mode. You can turn this light off by going to (Wii Icon) > Settings > WiiConnect24 > WiiConnect24 > Off and select Confirm. At times, you will also see the Wii's disc slot glow. ...
Buy a small hoover that can be reversed to blow out air. Blow is MUCH better than suck. Then you can also blow away dirt from those hard to reach places in side doorways and sliding doors. They are powerful enough to blow leaves too. On electronics give it a quick blast of no more than 3 or 4 seconds as you want to avoid static building up especially as I ...
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