Question about Nintendo Super NES Console
I bought new controll pads for my super nintendo but it wont let me play the game
Well it sounds like the controllers might be defective then you could clean the controllers out with rubbing alcohal and qutips and soft cloth and use a tooth brush too to clean them out. Buy controllers from lukie games then or jj games.
Posted on Nov 02, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try pushing down and back lightly on the cartridge while turning it on.Used to work for me.You can also clean the game contacts with rubbing alcohol.Hope this helps...
Posted on Feb 21, 2008
your problem will be with the mating surfaces of the switch contacts themselves.
i,ve cleaned several console hand-pads. to find that sweat and food debris mixed together, get under the contact pads.
this is the small piece of carbon ( mounted under the silicone rubber pad ) inside the controller.
these should be wiped with a cotton bud, swabbed in a small amount of lighter fluid ( or methylated spirits ) and wiped clean.
check the cable for signs of wear, also the controller port mating surfaces should be shiny copper connections. if these are not mating with the controller, then no signal is being transmitted between the pad and input ports.
look carefully, if any pins are lower than others, take a fine electrical screwdriver or needle, and gently bend the pin upwards, so that they all align at the same height.
Failing this, you have faults on you controller port input sockets.
these can be replaced, as they,re ribbon cabled to the mainboard. this is a job if your electrically competant.
Hope this helps.
Mike @ Compurepair.
p.s if it was simple, everyone would be doing it :)
Posted on Feb 23, 2008
The FC Twin connects through an RCA connector,
and can be hooked into a surround sound system. When using stereo and
surround output from these systems, NES sounds and music may seem very
different from their typical mono output. Using output modes that
properly generate mono sound, either through a single center speaker or
cloned to multiple speakers, the sound output sounds mostly identical
to the original NES. The FC Twin does not produce some sounds
faithfully, even with mono output; sound effects in the Super Mario Bros.
series games will for example immediately seem different. Nevertheless,
some later models of the console produce NES sound much more faithfully
than units made closer to launch. Recent models produce sound with
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Posted on Jan 18, 2009
Try it on another TV, make sure the AV switch isn't in wrong positon, try another lead like a SCART lead if you're not already.
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
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