How to Fix Gameboy Advance Buttons

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Gaming Repairs

As most of you who follow us can tell, we have been doing some unusual repairs on our youtube channel to keep things fresh. Obviously, we will continue to provide reviews and walkthroughs of normal computer repairs, but it has been made apparent that our viewers are very interesting in our gaming videos. Whether or not we start doing let’s plays, remains to be seen, but we have really enjoy the response to our gaming repairs. We only do these repairs by special request in the shop, but we have really kept our eyes open at the flea markets and yard sales for anything that we can fix up to make things interesting. If you have suggestions for new and interesting tech projects that you would like to see, leave us a comment here, on youtube, twitter, or Facebook.

Gameboy Advance Button Repairs

In this episode, we take a look a Gameboy Advance that we picked up at the flea market for a very low price. After leaving we found that the A/B and D-pad buttons did not work on the system. So, in true Computer Depot fashion, we documented our experience of fixing the buttons on the system. You can check out the repair in the video below.

Tools Needed:

Tri-wing Screwdriver

Phillips Head Screwdriver

Q-tips

Isopropyl Alchohol

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