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  1. Fold fine grit sand paper over a credit card.
    • Fold fine grit sand paper over a credit card.

  2. Rub credit card with sand paper up and down vertically inside the game cartridge port.
    • Rub credit card with sand paper up and down vertically inside the game cartridge port.

  3. Blow out game cartridge port using a can of compressed air.
    • Blow out game cartridge port using a can of compressed air.

    • Warning: Do not turn the aerosol can upside down as you spray.

  4. Rub a Q-tip dipped in rubbing alcohol along the pins of the cartridge slot to remove any remaining debris.
    • Rub a Q-tip dipped in rubbing alcohol along the pins of the cartridge slot to remove any remaining debris.

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It worked! I didn't expect it too but it did! Tried it on two old Sega Genesis systems and hooked them up and I haven't had a problem.

Hilary - Responder

All you need is a slightly worn paper fingernail file. Up & down. Back and forth 1 time. In 6 1/2 years I've never had a console come back to my store. 500 consoles & 10,000 games.

Michael - Responder

I have a sega genesis 1 the only thing i cant get to work are the conteollers all of them arent connecting i checked the pins and they all look fine. I really want this to work so i can play zombie ate my neighbors

laslidco - Responder

Worked great for my Sega Genesis Model 2 console (which was super flaky before). Also cleaned my cartridge contacts with rubbing alcohol on cotton swabs, made a HUGE difference. Thank you for this.

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