If the NES Advantage develops a problem requiring service after the 90-day warranty period, you may contact the Nintendo Consumer Service Department at the phone number provided. If the Nintendo service representative is unable to solve the problem by phone, he may advise you of the approximate cost for Nintendo to repair or replace the NES Advantage and may provide you with a Return Authorization number.
You may then record this number on the outside packaging of the defective NES Advantage and return the defective merchandise, freight prepaid, insured for loss or damage, to Nintendo, and enclose a money order payable to Nintendo of America Inc. for the cost quoted you.
If after personal inspection, the Nintendo service representative determines the NES Advantage cannot be repaired, it will be returned and your payment refunded.
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