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Label Transplant on an SNES Cartridge – Coffee with mmmStephen EP 13



This morning – it’s a weird one – we transplant two labels from their damaged shells to some donor carts! We replace the batteries inside and successfully recover two really awesome games! Final Fantasy 2 and Lufia! So sweet.

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10 Comments
  1. Albert 9 months ago
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    About to do this on a Mega Man X2

  2. Andres Vercetti 9 months ago
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    how long would i have to do it with a hair dryer?

  3. Miguel Sandoval 9 months ago
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    Thanks man,I just did on one of my gba games and it was pretty easy

  4. Edwin Quintanilla 9 months ago
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    did you use cold, hot, or warm air.

  5. Angel Garza 9 months ago
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    Could this work for a n64 cartridge?

  6. ボロ from EU 9 months ago
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    WOW i did not imagine that this trick would work on 20 yo stickers 😮
    I on the other hand had a lot of yellowed Super Famicom and Game Boy carts and deyellowed them using a small plastic container for SNES carts and whisky glasses for GB xD the labels on 2-3 carts got wet but the wet stains completely disappeared in 2 days

  7. Ras Kitchen 9 months ago
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    I had no idea SNES cartridges even had batteries. Now I have learned something today, and get get back to the black hole of YouTube distraction 😉

  8. Jason Bartlett 9 months ago
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    luckily it was restored a better game now looks new, sucks when it can not be fixed, like that uniracers I had that had the chip rot

  9. Jason Bartlett 9 months ago
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    Its Jason, I subbed. 🙂

  10. The Basement Convention 9 months ago
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    Damn, that turned out really nice.

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