> > WallabyMart! lol!
> > If you can do it with a dry and clean cloth use that! Less likely to get
> > of cotton stuck everywhere! As far as the console contacts itself that depends
> > on the system and i'm not sure which console unit your talking about... Some
> > can take apart rather easilly but others you might need to do use a soldering
> > iron and/or might have to take apart the whole damn thing piece by piece! If
> > can get in there with the cloth with a little leverage just do that i'd say!
> > make sure that whatever you use that it's just damped and not soaked with
> > isopropyl!
> Hmm...I have been wondering on how to clean inside the card slots on the TG16
> and SMS. DO I need to take the system apart? Or has anyone found an easier way?
> I cleaned a few games (Fantasy Zone for TG!^ for instance) but still...every now
> and then...the screen will go black during gameplay. I'm sure it has to be
> because it's dirty. Any ideas?
Try a can of "Precision Electronics Cleaner." I've used this stuff on a number of cartridge slots in different systems with excellent results.
It's usually adequate just to squirt some of the cleaner into the slot and let it evaporate, you can also use the attached brush to rub it a bit.
Just make sure your system is unplugged when you use the cleaner, and give it plenty of time to evaporate.
Any local electronics store should have something resembling what radio shack does.