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(CLAIMED) SNES & PS3 Consoles for repair


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Free, but shipping cost is not free


1. *Has been claimed* SNES is the Gamerz Tek offbrand model. The problem it is experiencing is bad solder joints on the cartridge connector. I'm pretty terrible at soldering. Originally, nothing would happen when turning the console on.  I tried resoldering the connector, but I didn't do a great job. After my attempted repair, the game might play for a minute or two, but then the screen flickers and goes black. I think if you know how to desolder and resolder, it should be a simple fix. 


2. *Has Been Claimed* PS3 Slim model for parts. Major issues are disk drive not reading disks (probably needs laser replaced) and video output issues (most likely a bad motherboard?).  At this point it's probably good to salvage for parts. If there is a specific part(s) you're looking for, I can let you know the condition. The console was recently thoroughly cleaned, so you don't have to worry about opening it up to filth. 


I think the easiest way to ship is a large flat rate box with bubble wrap. I can only really fit one console per flat rate box, but I'm open to alternate shipping suggestions. I'm located in New Mexico, US. 









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