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How to Fix a Super Nintendo Controller

2/5/14
If your Super Nintendo controller has sticky buttons, doesn't respond when you press the start, select or a or b buttons, DO NOT throw it out! Chances are you simply need to open up your controller and clean the contacts. There is also a chance that you have a worn out button or two as well. When you open up your controller, you will know this if the rubber that forms the connection between the plastic button and the controller board appears dry or worn out. If that is the case, we sell snes replacement buttons for next to nothing.

If you can't fix your SNES controller, you can always buy one of our original snes controllers or the newly manufactured replica SNES controller.


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