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Re: NES color scheme is wrong
Open up your NES , and take the metal shielding off. Get a Q-tip and rubbing alcohol and clean the inside connections (zero friction connectors). Then clean the contacts inside of the game itself. Put the game in an press it down, use another game to hold the game inside of it all the way down (i dont know if there will be anything to hold it down without the top on....but you should get the idea once you have the top back on.
That should do the trick. The inside connections get dirty after time. I keep rubbing alcohol and and altoids tin hand. To clean the contacts and hold down the game. (the altoids tin let you close the lid so you look less ghetto.)
I have 6 NES's. and they all had similiar problems. They just needed some love and care
if that doesnt work, go to www.benheck.com a very enthusiatic classic videogame board.
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gaming repair shops can fix that, cant remember what its called but inside the console, there are some kind of switches where you can disable/enable things like the characters and even the background, so i reckon one of the switches has been knocked
Thats quite a odd issue, and I have never heard or seen a case such as this. Maybe your color balance chip is fried? NES is a 20+ year old system, so I wouldn't doubt the NES may have more issues then just a lockout chip error or a new pin connector.