(posted: 1/6/2005 5:13:08 AM) You can use the power adapter from any late model Genesis, 32X, or Nomad. They have a yellow tip, and run for just a few bucks on eBay.
(posted: 4/20/2005 2:45:48 PM) There's a wheel on the Game Gear that adjusts the angle of the back light, and hence the contrast to some degree. However, there is no dedicated "contrast" adjustment, so if your screen looks washed out even after adjusting the light, you're probably out of luck.
(posted: 8/2/2005 9:16:36 AM) Answer Courtesy of Darryl B.: Try http://www.sega-parts.com. The official Sega website of www.sega.com lists this site for their portables and all, since Sega themselves won't service their portables any more.
(posted: 7/21/2005 3:24:01 PM) Answer Courtesy of Darryl B.: From the official Sega website (www.sega.com):
Unfortunately Game Gear and Nomad are no longer repaired by Sega. However, you can still purchase replacement parts for these devices by calling 1-888-271-5678, from 8:30am to 4:30pm Pacific Time, Monday through Friday or by visiting: http://www.sega-parts.com.
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