Nintendo Entertainment System (NES-001) Parts
Replacement parts for your Nintendo Entertainment System (NES-001) model to fix your broken console!
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Nintendo NES-001 Bottom Case
This part is the bottom case for the Nintendo NES-001 console.
Nintendo NES-001 Zapper Motherboard
This part is the motherboard for the zapper accessory for the Nintendo NES-001 game console.
Nintendo NES-001 Chassis
This part is the chassis, or metal inserts in the midframe of the Nintendo NES-001 console.
Nintendo NES-001 Motherboard
Replace a broken or damaged motherboard for the Nintendo NES-001 game console with this part.
Nintendo NES-001 Controller Cable
This part is the cable that connects the NES controller to the NES-001 console.
Nintendo NES-001 Controller Front Panel
This part is the plastic front panel of the controller for the Nintendo NES-001 console.
Nintendo NES-001 Controller Action Buttons
This is the pair of action buttons for the Nintendo NES-001 controller. This part includes the physical actions buttons, A & B, as well as their respective rubber gaskets...
Nintendo NES-001 Controller D-Pad Button
This part is the D-pad button for the Nintendo NES-001 controller. It includes the physical button and the rubber gasket.
Nintendo NES-001 Power/Reset Buttons and Connectors
This part is the power/reset buttons and connector cables for the Nintendo NES-001 console. It includes the physical power and reset buttons.
Nintendo NES-001 Controller Start/Select Button
This part includes the start and select buttons for the Nintendo NES-001 controller. It also includes the rubber gaskets.
The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES-001) is an 8-bit game console released by Nintendo in 1985 and discontinued in 1995.
The Nintendo Entertainment System was the best selling console of its time and developed the business model of software licensing for third-party developers, which prohibited companies from selling games unless they were liscenced by Nintendo. Companies like Konami, Tecmo, Taito, Enix, and Square developed a large portion of the games for the NES. The Nintendo gave birth to many popular game series, such as Super Mario Brothers, The Legend of Zelda, Mega Man, Metroid, Dragon Quest, and Final Fantasy.