NES 72 Pins Replacement Repair Part
A BRAND NEW NES 72 pin connector for the original front-loading NES Nintendo sys em. Replacing this often eliminates the common issues such as: Blinking /Flashing Screen Poor Game Images Red blinking power light The number one failure on Nintendo Entertainment System are problems caused by old, worn out, damaged pins inside - indicted by the Red blinking power light and poor or no game image. Includes easy to follow step by step instructions on how to replace your NES 72 pin connector! ** You will need these tools (Not included) Phillips #2 Screwdriver (1) Flathead 3/32" or 2.5 mm Screwdriver (1) NOTES: NES new pins are normally tight and take an average of 52 cartridges inserting before they begin to loosen. It is recommended that you allow the new pins to loosen over time naturally.