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I have installed the 72 pin, but the graphic, seem to work but dont quite line up, it is like the graphic are squares and distorted

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Make sure the cartridge is clean, too. A shiny brand new 72 pin won't work well if the cartridge contacts are dirty.

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The cartrage might not be inserted right or the 72 pin connector isnt lined up right so i would try installing it again.

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