NES 72 pin connector
Replace your old NES 72 pin connector, and fix the NES blinking red light, Screen flashing white and black and games not starting.
- Easy to replace / Just need to be able to use a screwdriver
- New clean connector
- Fixes common game not starting problems
To replace the NES 72 pin connector you will also need a Philips #2 screwdriver to remove the screws, and then when you have removed enough screws and parts of the casing. The connector can be replaced.
Tip: Before playing a NES game for the first time. It is best to make sure the pins are clean, to stop it transferring dirt from the game to the 72 pin connector and it will live longer.