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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Since the system was dropped and is obviously in need of professional repair, I would suggest sending it to a Gamecube repair shop. These consoles can be repaired at a reasonable price (as compared to later model game systems) at many reputable shops. A good shop that does this type repair is the NES Repair Shop.
You've only two options. Either have it fixed, or sell it on ebay. Yes, people buy broken Gamecubes for parts, but you won't get much. I would suggest having it fixed. It will provide years of service for a cheap price.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
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