Let's Refurb! – How to Clean a Gamecube!



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Hello everyone, in this video i will be showing you how to clean a Nintendo Gamecube and how to completely strip it down to pretty much all its component parts! Hope you enjoy, spent a long time on this video!

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37 thoughts on “Let's Refurb! – How to Clean a Gamecube!”

  1. My GameCube memory care slots don’t work that good and idk if it’s the cube itself or the card…..should i clean it the way he did?

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  2. Little tip for fellow people who hate the top logo plate to look nice and sparkling, toothpaste!! Rub a bit of toothpaste on the pate and it will remove light scuffs , you’re welcome

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  3. I bought a trashed (but surprisingly working) GameCube for $7.50. it has a substantial amount of fluff mixed with dead bugs inside. Not sure if worth working on it. Just taking the top off triggers my gag reflex.

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  4. I just wanna make sure my games will perform at their best despite all the scratches on the front, back and sides on the game discs lol

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  5. Will this increase GameCube speed? My GameCube is olddd and it’s starting to get slower, I notice lag while playing legend of Zelda majoras mask 😡

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  6. @The Retro Future My gamecube fan doesn't spin and it causes my Gcube to over heat and shut off. Will cleaning it fix this or do I need to install a new fan?

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  7. Do you think I could use good thermal paste to replace the thermal pads under the heat dissipator ?

    Great video by the way

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  8. Dumb question. Can I use this guide to get rid of a roach infested GameCube and fully clean it with out damaging it? Nothing major. I just want to get the pests out of it. 🙁 The GameCube works tho.

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  9. Will this stop my GameCube from turning itself off? If not then how? Because I did bad to it, it in good shape and hasn't been play on for years.

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  10. I can see this guy as a surgeon " yeah this the heart right here you just set this to side don't lose it ,its quite important"

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  11. I took apart an AGS-101 Gameboy Advanced SP just to replace the shell with one of the limited edition Pikachu ones. Cause heck if I was gonna pay a ton of money just for a cosmetic change. Good practice good practice. I pull out my old gamecube. It's disgusting. Needs a clean. I look up this awesome video and I'm like.
    This is A LOT more work than the tiny GBA…

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  12. Hi dude I want to know what tools do you use for cleaning Nintendo's Systems. Thanks for helping me to clean my consoles, greetings from Venezuela 🙂

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  13. Thanks man. I got one for 20 dollars at a consaignment shop. It was all covered with marks, but works.

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  14. Is there a possibility that i can replace the top of the gamecube. The top of mine is all scratched and theres a spot with paint on it so i want a different one

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  15. I've always wanted to repair game systems like you do but I can't take apart and put back together a nerf gun and have it work except for my nes but that doesn't count because I just replaced the 72 pin and there are thousands of videos on that :(……..and my dad did it

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  16. Guess I'm gonna have to start cleaning my consoles too huh :p Im sure they really need it, especially the older ones (snes-n64-gamecube) that I've had since year of release… yikes…

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