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I Tried to play Any SNES Game...but when i put any game never load...

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You'll probably need to use one of the two kits below. Or you could probably just get another console on eBay for real cheap.


Repair Kit 1

Repair Kit 2

Posted on May 11, 2009

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http://www.swapmagic3.com


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