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You should open your nes and disable the regional lockout chip.
while in there, check the connector and 1) if it is new, make sure it is properly connected to the board, or 2)if its old, use a very small eyeglasses flathead screwdriver to pull pins closer in (1mm-2mm) to a uniform level.
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
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