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Be sure to clean up any residual solder or flux, if used, and clean the area with a Q-tip and rubbing alcohol or PCB cleaner to clean up the mess.
Cleanup and Replacement
  • Be sure to clean up any residual solder or flux, if used, and clean the area with a Q-tip and rubbing alcohol or PCB cleaner to clean up the mess.

  • You will notice that the PCB itself looks kind of nasty. When I did this repair I cleaned the entire system inside and out. No matter how much I rubbed a Q-tip with PCB cleaner on it those white looking scuff marks still wouldn't come off. Don't be surprised if this happens to you. Better yet, don't waste your time :)

  • Once the mess, if present, is cleaned you can insert your replacement 8mmx8mm switch and solder the pins to the underside of the main PCB.

  • Once the soldering is complete then so is this repair. Simply reassemble your device and hit your power button and it should power up as if there was never a problem. If you can't keep the original consoles alive at least continue the great memories of your favorite 8-bit games. Happy Retro Gaming!

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