Guides

Repair NES Controller Buttons
In this guide I'll show you how to fix a NES controller with sticking or unresponsive buttons. Here's what you'll need: Nintendo Controller Replacement Conductive Pads Phillips head Screwdriver Use the phillips head screwdriver to remove the 6 screws from the rear of the controller and set aside the back casing. Now you can remove the circuit board. If necessary, use a dry rag to clean the contact points on the circuit board. Remove theRead More
Repair Faulty SNES Controller
In this guide I'll show you how to fix a SNES controller with sticking or unresponsive buttons. Here's what you'll need: Super Nintendo Controller Replacement Conductive Pads Phillips head Screwdriver Use the phillips head screwdriver to remove the 5 screws from the rear of the controller and set aside the back casing. Remove the metal pins that secure the L & R shoulder buttons and set the pins and buttons aside. Remove the old LRead More
Remove Screen Lens
In this guide I'll show you the easiest way to replace a scratched, scuffed or damaged Nintendo Gameboy Color screen lens. Here's what you'll need: Nintendo Gameboy Color Screen Lens Sharp Blade or prying tool You will want to do this in a clean environment as small dust particles can easily become trapped between the LCD and the screen lens. The first thing you need to do is pry a corner of the screen lensRead More
Gameboy Color Speaker
In this guide we will be replacing a faulty or damaged Nintendo Gameboy Color speaker. Here's what you'll need: Tri-Wing / Phillips Head Gameboy Screwdrivers Nintendo Gameboy Color Speaker Soldering Iron + Solder Start by taking off the battery cover and removing the six tri-wing screws on the back of the console. Next, separate the casing. Being careful not to bend the battery terminal. Take out the infrared port cover and switch. Set them asideRead More
Remove Silicon Pads
Sometimes your Nintendo Game Boy Color's buttons can stick or become unresponsive. In this guide I'm going to show you how to repair unresponsive buttons on a Game Boy Color console. Here's what you'll need: Nintendo Game Boy Color Conductive Pads Tri-Wing / Phillips Head Game Boy Screwdrivers Electronic Cleaning Solvent (Optional) A soft, clean cloth. Start by taking off the battery cover and removing the six tri-wing screws on the back of the console.Read More