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#41
Re: Who's going to buy a Flash Boy for sure?
Posted on: 2007/9/15 21:12
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Joined 2007/5/31
USA
45 Posts
Long Time User (12 Years)
Put me down for one asap!!!
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#42
Re: Since the FlashBoy is on the horizon...
Posted on: 2007/9/14 21:45
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Joined 2007/5/31
USA
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Long Time User (12 Years)
Chris,

Is it possible we can get some kind of preorder thing going on. This will revolutionize vb homebrew development greatly!! I totally dont want to miss out on this. What can I do to assure myself a cart other than beg?
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#43
Re: Another VB repair question
Posted on: 2007/6/6 18:01
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Joined 2007/5/31
USA
45 Posts
Long Time User (12 Years)
How about for instance if instead of putting it in the oven you take a hair dryer and just point it specifically to the rubber part. Does anyone think that will do the job of providing heat to that section in order to reattach?
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#44
Another VB repair question
Posted on: 2007/6/4 18:56
VB Gamer
Joined 2007/5/31
USA
45 Posts
Long Time User (12 Years)
So I was playing my VB the other day when I notice that the right side is starting to get glitchy. That made me sad!! But upon reading http://projectvb.vze.com/ I see the instructions on how to fix the problem.

My question...

Instead of taking out the LED bar displays and cooking them in the oven, is it possible just to hot glue the cables to the PCB instead??

I feel a little nervous about putting part of my VB in the oven because if something goes wrong then my VB is pretty much screwed to fix. I know I can get them from ebay but they run up around $50 now!!

Is it also possible to just tape the cables to the PCB also?



BTW, I recently dusted off the Virtual Boy and started buying more games for it. Sucks that it died so fast. Count me in with the crowd of gamers that appreciate the machine for its revolutionary design and concept.
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