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Versão atual de: Adam Walker ,

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Try to Clean the pins with metal polishpolish, noobs use isopropyl alcohol while it works sometimes you gotta keep in mind these are metal contacts (gold most of the time) the combination of metal polish and grain or Ethel Alcohol are the best way to clean the pins. Similar logic applies to cleaning pins on Nintendo, Super Nintendo, Nintendo 64 and Sega Genesis Cartridges
Try to Clean the pins with metal polishpolish, noobs use isopropyl alcohol while it works sometimes you gotta keep in mind these are metal contacts (gold most of the time) the combination of metal polish and grain or Ethel Alcohol are the best way to clean the pins. Similar logic applies to cleaning pins on Nintendo, Super Nintendo, Nintendo 64 and Sega Genesis Cartridges

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Editado por: oldturkey03 (detalhes da votação) ,

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Try to Clean the pins with metal polish noobs use isopropyl alcohol while it works sometimes you gotta keep in mind these are metal contacts (gold most of the time) the combination of metal polish and grain or Ethel Alcohol are the best way to clean the pins. Similar logic applies to cleaning pins on Nintendo, Super Nintendo, Nintendo 64 and Sega Genesis Cartridges

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Editado por: oldturkey03 (detalhes da votação) ,

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Try to Clean the pins with metal polish noobs use isopropyl alcohol while it works sometimes you gotta keep in mind these are metal contacts (gold most of the time) the combination of metal polish and grain or Ethel Alcohol are the best way to clean the pins. Similar logic applies to cleaning pins on Nintendo, Super Nintendo, Nintendo 64 and Sega Genesis Cartridges

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Mensagem original de: Adam Walker ,

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Try to Clean the pins with metal polish noobs use isopropyl alcohol while it works sometimes you gotta keep in mind these are metal contacts (gold most of the time) the combination of metal polish and grain or Ethel Alcohol are the best way to clean the pins. Similar logic applies to cleaning pins on Nintendo, Super Nintendo, Nintendo 64 and Sega Genesis Cartridges

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