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- srfrboybobParticipant11/06/2015 at 21:54Post count: 43
Here are a few more earlier build pics to show the modifications I had to do inside the nes. I covered the hot glue mess with a modified battery box. The hot glue is holding the headphone jack that keep popping out. I also purchased a second player two controller port to replace the original player one. The wiring is twice as long on the player two. This allowed me to use the oem wiring to the control block. The wires are a bit tight but ended up clean.
[attachment file=”109314″]srfrboybobParticipant11/06/2015 at 04:05Post count: 43
I used the bottom half of a case that held the card tight at first but with adding the control block I had to remove it. The cables and game cart holder hold it very well in place. I spent a lot of time trying not to modify too much and making it still look like a fully functioning nes. I only really had to cut out a few supports, cut a hole for the power and notch for the hdmi. I also cut up the rf/AV card to keep the outside look but gain space in the interior.srfrboybobParticipant11/04/2015 at 01:36Post count: 43srfrboybobParticipant11/03/2015 at 17:36Post count: 43srfrboybobParticipant08/09/2015 at 05:17Post count: 43
Are you running the controller directly off of the gpio pins? If you are I recommend ordering a control block from petrock store. There is also a guide in that section for setting up nes/snes controllers and the pin config. I am currently waiting for mine to be delivered but I think this can resolve your issue