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I am nearing 40 NES Games, and only have four dust covers. Is anyone selling any? I was looking for 20-50 covers? If anyone could help that would be nice.

I've been looking for some too. so after Malon_Forever hopefully gets some maybe someone else or maybe the same person can Hook me up with the same amount? but since Malon_Forever got to post this before I did, lets get him dust covers first and then I can take whatever is left over or somethin'.

*phreak97 joins the line in third place.

i did see a couple of auctions on ebay for 10 dust covers each, but they were going to be about AU$15-20 for just the 10, so cheaper would be nicer:s

Dust covers are quite rare. I think much cheaper tha the ones you saw on eBay will be impossible.
I assume Nintendo didn't produce spare dustcovers for sale, did they?

You could make your own covers from paper or so.

I use to use plastic baggys, but those got annoying.

I have 32 games and only two nintendo dust covers. I just make my own from printing paper. It's real easy and they work just as good.

will you post how you made them out of the printer paper please?

To make dust covers out of printing paper is basicly just like gift raping except you leave one end open.

Place the game on the paper in the center of the top edge(make sure the paper is horizontal). Fold the edges of the paper together over the game so they meet in the middle and tape all the way down. Then fold the sides in on the bottom end of the game so it makes two triangle shapes and fold to on side and tape(it doesn't have to be perfect, it just has to fold flat). Then if you want you can cut slits at the top just like the nintendo dust covers. The game should fit perfectly but slid in and out smoothly.

To make dust covers out of printing paper is basicly just like gift raping except you leave one end open.

Place the game on the paper in the center of the top edge(make sure the paper is horizontal). Fold the edges of the paper together over the game so they meet in the middle and tape all the way down. Then fold the sides in on the bottom end of the game so it makes two triangle shapes and fold to on side and tape(it doesn't have to be perfect, it just has to fold flat). Then if you want you can cut slits at the top just like the nintendo dust covers. The game should fit perfectly but slid in and out smoothly.

Thanks. Works just as good as a Nintendo dust cover.

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