The inside of your console is probably the most important part of any console, and it should be cleaned every day.
The inside has been a source of frustration for many gamers since the days of the original Nintendo Entertainment System and Nintendo 64.
While it’s been cleaned over and over again, a lot of people just don’t understand how important the inside is to how a console works and runs.
Here’s how to clean your console and keep it in good working order.1.
Remove the batteriesThe most basic and easy way to clean a console is to remove the battery.
There are a number of options for cleaning a battery, but the easiest is to unscrew the battery completely and then remove the connector from the back.
It can be done quickly and easily, but it is a bit more time consuming than just grabbing the battery off the back and taking it out.2.
Remove any screwsThe best way to remove screws from a console, especially if it has a USB port, is by pulling the console apart and sliding it open.
If you are not careful, the screws will be loose.
A good rule of thumb is to always pull the screws off with a pair of pliers.3.
Check the sealsIf you are having trouble getting your console to work properly, there are a couple of things you can do.
You can check the seals on the sides of the console to make sure they’re not damaged.
Alternatively, you can check with a microfiber cloth to make certain the seal is intact.4.
Re-attach the batteryIf you have a USB cord, you should be able to re-attach it by gently pulling it out of the way.
If not, you might have to loosen the screw on the battery connector.5.
Replace the battery caseThe best place to reattach the case is to use a flat screwdriver and gently push the battery out of its protective casing.
This will make sure it is no longer attached to the console and that it can be removed without damaging the console itself.6.
Reattach the connectorOnce the battery is out, there is nothing you need to do to the connector, so long as it has the correct connector.
If the connector doesn’t have the correct plug on the back, you may need to pull it out with a pliers to reinsert it.7.
Reinstall the battery coverThe easiest way to reinstall a battery cover is to wrap a paper towel around the connector and pull it towards you.
This can be a little tedious, so be patient.
Once the battery covers are removed, you’ll want to gently turn the cover to release the batteries, but be careful to not over tighten it.8.
Install a fanWhile not as easy to reassemble a console as the battery and connector reassemblies, there’s always the option of buying a fan.
The biggest advantage to a fan is that it helps keep your console cool, and this is especially important in the case of a system that can be charged from an external source.
To install a fan, unscrew one of the two screws on the bottom of the fan, and then slide it in.
You should now be able access the back of the system.9.
Replace a fanIf you don’t have a fan or are too lazy to buy one, you could replace the fan with a small fan that has a small hole cut into it.
You could also just replace the battery, if you have one, and the fan should work.
If it doesn’t work, there will be a small white label on the fan that will tell you what to do.10.
Remove a small screwThe easiest thing to do is to just remove the small screw from the battery compartment.
If this doesn’t help, you will need to unscramble the battery to make a small slot for the battery holder.
There is also a screw in the console case that should be removed for a small opening in the battery door.
If there is no opening, it is possible to reinstall the batteries in the same way as the batteries were removed.11.
Replace all screwsYou should have all of the screws removed, including the battery one.
You might also need to replace the screws on some of the buttons on the controller, as well as some of those in the back to make room for the new batteries.
You’ll need to loosen them with pliers, but once you do that, you shouldn’t need to worry about any of the batteries touching the console.12.
ReassembleThe most common problem with a console after a battery replacement is a loose or broken controller.
If your console has no controllers, this may not be a problem.
If so, you have two options.
You either need to reroute the controllers to a controller port, or you can replace them by swapping them with new controllers.
Either option will probably be easier than getting them reassembled, but there are still a few things you should know before you start.13