Blowing Into Your Nintendo Cartridges Caused More Harm Than Good

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2 Comments to Blowing Into Your Nintendo Cartridges Caused More Harm Than Good

    • gadgetreview

      The power of moisture! Moisture improved the connectivity, which seemed to be the issue with the original NES and hence why the SNES cartridges were top loading (i.e. used the power of gravity.

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