Construction Plans

Chapter II: Removing the PCB edge connector from the Game Genie, and attaching it to the NES circuit board

You no longer need to remove a connector from a Game Genie, you can by it! Click here for details!!

This chapter will show you how to remove the cartridge connector from a Game Genie and connect it to your NES board.

Note: I am currently looking for a source of 72 pin PCB card edge connectors, so that you will not need to destroy a Game Genie to make a NES.

Step 1: Getting the necessary tools:

You will need a soldering iron, desoldering iron, and lead-free solder. The you can buy these from the tools page.

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