I have two Gameboy Colors that no longer power on. One of which I am sure has two blown fuses; the other a problem I cannot identify precisely, (although one of the fuses DID wind up blowing, according to my multimeter.) They're both limited edition GBCs, which is why I want to fix them. I'm aware that I could buy two regular GBCs and take the motherboard and replace it, but, first I'd like to exhaust my options, such as possibly bridging the fuses to avoid having to spend $50 on a used GBC on eBay. At any rate, how would I go about bridging over the fuses? I have limited knowledge in terms of dealing with this sort of thing, so what materials would I need? Judging by what I've read, I've seen that I have to solder the two ends of a wire to the ends of the fuses. I've also read that you can bridge it with a 'blob of solder,' bypassing the need of a wire. The only reason that I want to do this is because there are no places that come to mind in my city that sells wires or anything for this task.