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  1. PAL Super Nintendo Teardown, Identifying the Model: paso 1, imagen 1 de 1
    • Consoles for the European, Asian and Australian market all had the same form factor, unlike the North American version. This guide should work for all versions except for American and pre-1995 japanese models.

  2. PAL Super Nintendo Teardown, Cracking the Case Open: paso 2, imagen 1 de 2 PAL Super Nintendo Teardown, Cracking the Case Open: paso 2, imagen 2 de 2
    • Remove the six screws located on the underside of the system with a 4.5mm Gamebit screwdriver.

    • Turn the unit back up and lift the top cover.

    • At the top is a capacitors shield. Make sure they're discharged before removing it. (Capacitors can hold charge for a long time, switching the power switch on while unplugged should discharge them)

    • This is the front panel, requires a ribbon cable to be unplugged.

    • This is part of the cartridge ejecting mechanism.

  3. PAL Super Nintendo Teardown, Removing the Ejecting Mechanism: paso 3, imagen 1 de 1
    • The mechanism is held back in place by a small spring. It's not too tense but be careful not to lose it. Also, note how it's placed for future reassembly.

    • Remove the mechanism by slightly lifting the axle from the right and pulling it out.

  4. PAL Super Nintendo Teardown, Removing the Power Switch: paso 4, imagen 1 de 2 PAL Super Nintendo Teardown, Removing the Power Switch: paso 4, imagen 2 de 2
    • We'll need to remove a couple screws with a Phillips #2 screwdriver.

    • It's plugged to the main board with a small plastic socket. Simply pull on it to set it apart.

    • Don't pull on the wires to avoid damaging them. Pull on the plastic socket instead.

  5. PAL Super Nintendo Teardown, Removing the Front Panel: paso 5, imagen 1 de 2 PAL Super Nintendo Teardown, Removing the Front Panel: paso 5, imagen 2 de 2
    • The front panel is connected to the main board with a ribbon cable. Gently pull it out of its socket.

    • The front panel can then be lifted out.

  6. PAL Super Nintendo Teardown, Removing the Main Board Shield: paso 6, imagen 1 de 3 PAL Super Nintendo Teardown, Removing the Main Board Shield: paso 6, imagen 2 de 3 PAL Super Nintendo Teardown, Removing the Main Board Shield: paso 6, imagen 3 de 3
    • The shield is held by 4 Philips #2 screws.

    • Lift it by grabbing near the cartridge slot to dislodge the vertical prongs.

    • This reveals the CPU, among other chips.

  7. PAL Super Nintendo Teardown, Lifting the Main Board: paso 7, imagen 1 de 3 PAL Super Nintendo Teardown, Lifting the Main Board: paso 7, imagen 2 de 3 PAL Super Nintendo Teardown, Lifting the Main Board: paso 7, imagen 3 de 3
    • At this point the main board is only held by 5 Philips #2 screws

    • It can then be lifted by holding it by the caps shield.

  8. PAL Super Nintendo Teardown, Removing the Capacitor Guard: paso 8, imagen 1 de 3 PAL Super Nintendo Teardown, Removing the Capacitor Guard: paso 8, imagen 2 de 3 PAL Super Nintendo Teardown, Removing the Capacitor Guard: paso 8, imagen 3 de 3
    • Capacitors can hold charge for a long time, be careful.

    • First, remove the Philips #2 screw on the side of the shield.

    • Turn the board around and unscrew the 3 Philips #2 screws.

    • Voilà!

Arty Boomshaka

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Hello, i found videos on YouTube where people were able to detach the pin connector to better clean it, as well as the main board contacts under it, however on the model I'm trying to fix it well not come off. One difference is that the extremities where the screws come ate in black plastic instead of metal like on your pictures.

Are you aware of such differences and is it right it doesn't come off or do I need to pull harder?

Thanks a lot!

Pascal Marliere - Contestar

You mean the 2 screws near the cartridge connector (as seen on step 7) are plastic?

I’m not aware of such a difference.

Arty Boomshaka -

Excellent article.

Please do you have any pics of the pcb layout ( not schematic) for SNSP-CPU-01 motherboard and please any URL.

Look forward to your help.

Maq

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