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What Restoring a 30-Year-Old Nintendo Taught Me About Right To Repair

Fixing things is human nature, so why are companies so against it?

Photo: Mike Wehner

In the late 1980s, somebody bought a Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) from a physical store, brought it home, and presumably enjoyed it for untold years. The console, with serial number N12180601, suffered greatly in the decades to…

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