How to with Chad - NES Repair is a video from either 2009 or 2010.
|How to with Chad - NES Repair|
|Upload Date||some time in 2009 or 2010|
|Series|| How to with Chad
Chad explains that it is a battle for every time you have to play a game. He's going to replace the contact inside the NES to stop this problem. To fix it, you only need a long screwdriver, and a replacement 72-Pin connector.
Chad flips the NES over.
Step 1: Remove Case Screws.
Chad unscrews the 6 case screws.
He flips the case back up, and the 6 screws fall out. The top of the case comes off. Chad removes the heat shield.
Step 2: Remove Heat Shield
There are 7 screws here. The heat shield is removed. There are 4 more screws to remove.
Step 3: Remove Cartridge Holder
Chad lifts the motherboard and rocks the cartridge back and forth. There are now two more screws to remove on the motherboard.
Step 4: Remove Motherboard Screws
Chad lifts the motherboard slowly. He shows the 72-pin connector and then shows how to remove it.
Step 5: Remove 72-Pin Connector
It pops off. Chad gets the new connector, and shows where the cartridge slides into.
Step 6: Attach New 72-Pin Connector
He puts it in slowly and gently. Chad now begins to put it back together, and shows the tongs near the motherboard. He shows how the wires might get the motherboard stuck.
Step 7: Reattach Cartridge Holder
Chad puts the cartridge holder back on. The system gets put back together.
Step 8 Put Console Back Together
Chad tries to make sure it works, and it does.