FS: NES with 18 games

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archive 1 (Posts count)' started by reberto, Jul 21, 2005.

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    reberto

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    Reserve

    I would like to addd that the reserve is $27 :rolleyes:
     
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    hey bro end auction now and ill give u 35
    if it works that is i know alot of the older ones die easy.
     
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    Wait

    How about you wait until it is over.
     
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    Not a bad deal for a NES plus games :rolleyes:
     
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    I works

    And yes, it works. For a all org' system, it is GREAT. Just looks great on my 32' HD Flat screen TV. :D
     
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    reberto

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    Cables

    None of the cables are origional. The AC is a non-Nintendo
     
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    Not a bad deal for a blinky.

    Those 72-pin connectors SUCK. Had a few of em, fried one Nintendo, the other one it was way too tight so it was a total B*TCH to swap games, 3rd screwed up a game. xx.

    I refurb my OEM Nintendo connectors using a process that I have been doing that works quite well. :) Not tellin how though! :D
     
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    reberto

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    Tell!

    I need to know how! I just bought one at a yard sale today. Must.....know.....or...will....have....to....KILL!
     
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    just

    Just kidding, I will not kill you....or will I?!?!?! :p
     
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    reberto

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    bump

    un needed bump
     
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    Too lazy to google. What are these 72-pin connectors you speak of?
     
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    reberto

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    ebay

    Look them up on eBay. It is the connector that connects the game to the system.
     
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    So, basically - you'd have to rip the NES apart and install this for it to play games?
     
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    no no no

    I does play the games. And no, it is very easy to repair the connector. All you really need is a screwdriver to open up the system.
     
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    I think he was talking about ANOTHER system that he got at a garage sale, not this NES that is for sale.
     

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