i was looking at a few youtube videos about restoring Yellowed consoles, like SNES or Super Famicom. apparently Nintendo decided to put Bromine in the plastic to make it fire retardant. it violently reacts with UV light and turns consoles yellow. retro gamers will swear up and down that the yellow reaction is into the entire plastic, and merely sanding it down and painting over it is useless, because the chemical reaction is making the case Brittle. they say you have make up some special Goo with hydrongen peroxide and bake the snes in the sun. but then i see something LIKE THIS: WHAT the hell is going on in this picture. only the front plastic piece, and the Power part is showing any sighns of yellowing. If the sun was shining onto the entire console, it would all be yellow, not one piece of it. did the factory stockpile various pieces in the assembly, and change the plastic mixture intermittently. if thats the case, then should i buy several Famicom consoles and swap out the "good parts" would this result in a permanent "white" console?