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Games won't load - any sites taking in units and selling rebuilt?

Games won't load in old Super Nintendo; seems hard to believe that simple cleaning or replacement connector is the problem (re: recommended kits). I can burnish contacts if buildup is a common issue, but wouldn't think it would 'suddenly' stop, normally contacts clean themselves with re-insertion. I suspected chip prob and new (replacement) unit the most likely fix. BUT, is there any company taking trade-in on old units for rebuilt?

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Your best bet is to get a new system, but go with either the FC Twin or Retro Duo systems - they play both NES and SNES games problem free (with very few exceptions).  I personally recommend the Retro Duo.
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As far as trading in goes, can't help you there. But once you trade it in you can't go wrong with the RD.

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