I believe the best way to go is to replace it, it's just to nasty. You will need to inspect the connectors for corrosion and repair those too. I like Allteks, but NVRAM are good, I like all that guys stuff. The nice thing about Allteks is you can check out other games right away when you get them. In the mean time you can look for a bargain -17 on eBay. I have a working one that has corrosion but not nearly as bad as the one pictured here. I'd sell it to ya' for $65 + actual shipping, that would save you a few bucks but there is a lot of value in having an Alltek around.
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