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it does, trust me, I have been using my Nintendo more and more. and hey, if you don't wish to screw with the 72-pin, you can always buy a new one, fairly cheap depending on where you buy it. Like a gaming store up the road from where I live (way up the road), has replacement 72-pins for $5, thinking next time I am in the area I might buy it just to have a back up if pulling the pins up no longer works for my NES
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