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Ben continues working on the slot loading NES by building a loading mechanism and taking another crack at a custom cartridge connector.
The Nintendo NES system is equal parts old school and awesome. Unfortunately, it's easy to wear down your game cartridges after years of cramming them into the game slot. Follow Ben as he builds a device that automatically loads your game cartridges for many years of Super Mario Bros. to come.
How to Build an Auto-Loading Slot for Nintendo NES - Part 2 of 3 Ben continues working on the slot loading NES by building a loading mechanism and taking another crack at a custom cartridge connector.
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Ben shows off the Skype payphone computer he built for AMD.
Ben shows the loading mechanism and cartridge connector he created after hours of brainstorming and troubleshooting.
Ben continues to work on the cartridge connector and tests it.
Ben tries out a new idea for the cartridge connector.
Ben shows the fourth and final cartridge connector he built after the last one proved unreliable.
Ben rants and raves.
Ben answers a viewer question.