Hello. I have recently bought an EZ Flash, and the thrid time I put it in, it doesn't work. There are three possible outcomes when I turn on my GBA: 1. Gb and Nintendo logo appear, but what comes after is a white screen. 2. GB logo appears but no nintendo logo (not detected) 3. Nintendo logo is garbled up (rarest case) I have tested and concluded that the GBA is still in good condition; it can read my GBC game just fine, no matter how often I take it in or out. I have no other GBA game by the way. I have given them away years back (along with my previous GBA). My method of fixing this problem temporarily is banging my GBA (with the cartridge in it) against a soft surface like my thigh. It works, until I remove it or bump my GBA (freezing the game, and makimg loud garbled noise). I have also tried to put a small layer of tissue underneath the pcb to increase the contact with the pins of the GBA. I thought it was working, so I replaced them with paper. And now it stopped working forever. But here are the characteristics of the EZ Flash that I find odd: 1. It's a tight fit when I insert it to the GBA. 2. The case is kinda loose (this is actually said to be the characteristic of the EZ Flash) 3. Worst of all... on the bottom of the PCB, there is an odd solodified liquid covering a little bit of the chip on the right, and some of the pins of that chip. The liquid is solid, somewhat easy to scratch off (like a harder version of wax), translucent, black, and smells of cockroach (bitter). I don't know at this point what the cause is. Could the liquid be from the chip itself, or even be conductive? I think not because it had worked with the presence of that before. Or could it be my GBA's inability to read GBA games...? Help! P.S. I'll send a pic when requested. I currently don't have it with me during the time of writing this.