Question about Nintendo NES Console
Get some alcohol or deoxit or goo gone and try cleaning the leads on the games you're using. They're all over 20 years old and should all have heavy oxidation on those gold connections at the business end of your carts.
Posted on Nov 18, 2008
Use OxiCleaner on the connectors of your carts.
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