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Looking for classic nintendo console in working order

I am looking to buy a classic nintendo console. I kept mine all these years and broke it out to play with the kiddos and no longer works, not even sure if its the correct power adapter. Anywhere I can get one?

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  • williams_rob Jun 02, 2009

    I have found a store to buy the system, or the pats to reforbisn mine.
    Thanks for your help


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Which console are you looking? i have the nintendo gamecube with two controllers... excellent condition! if the price is right

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More than likely places like ebay. If you don't like that idea then try places like your local video game store as they will sometimes have them in there second hand.

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