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Jumper pack I accidently removed the jumper pack without removing the cords but it was on the off button. Then I put my expansion pack in it but when i turned it on all I see is a green screen. Is there any way to repair it. If so Would a another jumper pack bring it back to normal?

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Make sure the cords are all plugged in, that the contacts are clean, that there isn't any damage to the console, expansion pak, ETC. Maybe, but I think the jumper pak is just a jumper, to close a circuit made for the expansion pack.

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