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You cant fix the cartrige as you will break it
overall its time to let go of the game boy color games try getting a DS its much better but back to your problem... IT IS NOT THE CARTRIGE!! your game boy will not accept the cartrige because of the mechanics in it deteriorating
Are you sure the connectors are clean? Dirty connectors can impair gameplay. You can purchase a cleaning kit to clean the connectors for both the cartridge and the system. Or if you're in a hurry, just blow into the cartridge connectors and the cartridge slot. Just make sure you don't spit or sneeze.
It could be your gameboy has something in it. One time I got a dog hair in my gameboy and it wouldn't load anything. If that's not it, try removing the game and putting it back in while checking each time if the nintendo logo is fuzzy. Some of my older gameboy games require me to keep removing the game and pushing it back in over and over until it establishes a strong connection.