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[* black] The last parts to take out, before we continue with the controller, arefinal countdown brings us to: the button assembly!
[* black] This self-proclaimed
daughterboard andcontains the (nicely labeled) power and reset buttonbutton, as well as a status LED
[* icon_note] Notably missing from this console is the [http://www.nintendoworldreport.com/feature/27664/nintendos-expansion-ports%7Cnew_window=true|expansion port] found in the original model. Since it never got used in the original consumer edition, probably safe to say we're not [https://hackaday.com/2015/05/01/tweeting-from-the-nes-expansion-port/%7Cnew_window=true|missing out on much]
.
[* black] The last parts to take out, before we continue with the controller, arefinal countdown brings us to: the button assembly!
[* black] This self-proclaimed
daughterboard andcontains the (nicely labeled) power and reset buttonbutton, as well as a status LED
[* icon_note] Notably missing from this console is the [http://www.nintendoworldreport.com/feature/27664/nintendos-expansion-ports%7Cnew_window=true|expansion port] found in the original model. Since it never got used in the original consumer edition, probably safe to say we're not [https://hackaday.com/2015/05/01/tweeting-from-the-nes-expansion-port/%7Cnew_window=true|missing out on much]
.