Construction Plans

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

Step 4: Soldering the cartridge connector to the NES board

What you want to do now is connect the Game Genie connector to the NES circuit board. Be careful not to solder pins adjoining pins together, use a continuity tester to make sure you did not.

Below is what the NES board should look like once the cartridge connector is soldered to the NES. In the picture below the RF modulator has also been removed from the NEs board. Refer to chapter 3 for information on how to remove the RF modulator from the NES board.

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