Introduction

Alright. This guide is a teardown to show the safest and easiest way to take apart your genesis.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Sega Genesis II, use our service manual.

Let's start by taking the small door found on the bottom right side of your console Let's start by taking the small door found on the bottom right side of your console
  • Let's start by taking the small door found on the bottom right side of your console

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Next, remove the four, black 11mm screws from the bottom of your console. Next, remove the four, black 11mm screws from the bottom of your console.
  • Next, remove the four, black 11mm screws from the bottom of your console.

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Carefully lift the top off of the console.
  • Carefully lift the top off of the console.

  • It should come off relatively easy

  • If it doesn't, ensure that all four screws are removed

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Remove the six, gold, 8mm screws and the three, black, 8mm screws holding down the EM shield After removing the screws, the shield will come off very easily.
  • Remove the six, gold, 8mm screws and the three, black, 8mm screws holding down the EM shield

  • After removing the screws, the shield will come off very easily.

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Remove the two 17mm black screws on the left and right side of the PIN to release the circuit board from the bottom EM shield. After the screws are releases, the circuit board can easily be removed from the console. After the screws are releases, the circuit board can easily be removed from the console.
  • Remove the two 17mm black screws on the left and right side of the PIN to release the circuit board from the bottom EM shield.

  • After the screws are releases, the circuit board can easily be removed from the console.

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Well, there you have it! One disassembled Sega Genesis. I hope this guide was helpful and informative. Good luck and Happy Gaming!
  • Well, there you have it!

  • One disassembled Sega Genesis. I hope this guide was helpful and informative. Good luck and Happy Gaming!

  • This guide brought to you by: Frankie's Video Game Console Repair and iFixit.

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