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Hi everyone,

Nintendo Repair Shop tech here. The blinking is caused by a worn out NES 72 Pin Connector, or dirty NES games. Fortunately, we have been performing NES System Repairs for a long time, and have developed a [http://www.nintendorepairshop.com/shopexd.asp?id=78&bc=no|NES Total Repair Kit] that has everything you need to professionally repair your NES System and clean your NES Games.

The kit includes the highest quality new [http://www.nintendorepairshop.com/shopexd.asp?id=63|72 Pin NES Connector] on the market (to replace the old worn out connector in your NES System); a [http://www.nintendorepairshop.com/shopexd.asp?id=82|3.8mm gamebit tool] to open your games for proper cleaning, and a [http://www.nintendorepairshop.com/shopexd.asp?id=282|special cleaning solution] and non-static cleaning pads that work wonders to get your games clean.

Don't believe us? Check out what our [http://www.nintendorepairshop.com/shopreviewlist.asp?id=78|customer reviews] on the NES Total Repair Kit.

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