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A game console released in North America by the Nintendo Company in 1985, called the Nintendo Entertainment System, model NES-001.

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Ok I did something stupid... motherboard edge connector

I was replacing the 72 pin connector on my front loader NES and I decided to clean the motherboard connection.

(I had already put the connector on but games were still having an issue.)

A couple of the brass leads came off.

How do you go about replacing edge connector leads?

And incase you lost one (let's just say I lost one), where to get a replacement piece.

Yes I could send it away to a service. I would like to know how to do it.

Thanks in advance!

Update (03/16/2017)

After seeing the board I realize I was trying something else. I think I was trying to add metal to the contacts, but my iron was too hot.

Is there lead tape?

Here is the connector ( I forgot you could add photos).

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Nice...

I have several systems.

My second choice is to just sell it, pointing out the flaw.

Which is probably what I will do.

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May I suggest just getting a remake?

https://www.amazon.com/NES-Retro-Enterta...

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Okay so it is possible to repair this, but it's extremely technical and requires a lot of specialized tools and supplies. Definitely only worth it if the process and expense sounds like something you would attempt for fun. In this video, RetroGameModz performs a similar repair on a different board. https://youtu.be/vx50YtEC2S8

Looks like you're gonna need a new motherboard.

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George Tedrick wird auf ewig dankbar sein.
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