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Yellowed NINTENDO Advantage Restoration

TysyTube Restoration
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This is the Nintendo NES Advantage!
This is a vintage Arcade style controller manufactured by Asciiware and released by Nintendo for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1987.
I Bought this Controller from Ebay and was Yellowed dirty with a missing joystick ball.
This restoration took me one week.
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20 Comments

  1. for everyone who asked 😊: Screwdriver SainSmart ES120 and Soldering iron SaintSmart TS80P ✌🏻

  2. Esos mandos eran casi indestructibles yo tenía uno de ellos 💪😎

  3. Ok but why does it say super nintendo on the thumbnail

  4. I love this controller it was so many interesting features.These top 2 buttons do nothing and there’s is a battery compartment, I should really use this word more carefully

  5. TysyTube: "I make a new one"
    Me: "I understood that reference!" 🤣😂🤣😂

  6. Sometimes he asked me where he got Tysytube his tools I think he takes her out of area 51, what a crazy person, right?

  7. Who's gonna tell him that this is not a Super Nintendo peripheral

  8. Turn the console into a grilled cheese grill.

  9. You know we want to see that video can’t wait !!!

  10. I don't understand why people like these videos with all these wretched sounds in them weirdo but every weirdo had a weirdo

  11. Restore dat yellowed console pls!! Nice channel! Keep going

  12. That epoxy/good leaf joy stick ball is gorgeous! Do the console now!

  13. AYE! What happened to ma boi😤 where’s the ductor?!🤨 also I love your videos😁

  14. Where can I get that screw driver and soldering tool?

  15. The magic sponge is like sand paper, please be careful when you use it on painted plastic. You actually took a bit off the nintendo logo when sanding the surface.

  16. I have that controller, and mine don't look like that. I have had it for the past twenty years, and I hardly use it. The controller is stored in a nice area. I don't want to sell it because it's part of my childhood that still working order.

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