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This is a standard US model Super Nintendo with the guts ripped out and replaced with JAMMA PCB playing gear.

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The fan sucks the hot air created by the power supply and replaces it with cool goodness. Remember kids: Melting = bad!

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Replaced the original ports with DB15 plugs wired to NEO GEO spec.

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When in use the expansion cover is removed and cool air enters through the hole.

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Since the JAMMA connector doesn't stick out very far, innovative solutions were required.

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This is an innovative solution! One JAMMA harness connected to one JAMMA fingerboard, and presto - a JAMMA extension cable. Throw some shrink-tubing on there, dip the ends in plastic-dip, and it's a 4-foot piece of lovely.

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The guts. Not pretty. I did this some six years ago. I'm a lot better at it now, I swear.

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I re-used the existing SNES AV connector by cutting the PCB, and throwing everything away that wasn't involved in holding the back panel down.

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