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they have videos on Youtube on how to hook Sega genesis version 1 2 and 3 consoles on up to a flat screen tv or any of the newer TV's. I just use a CRT style TV they are much easier to hook up old consoles too. Just buy a CRT tv type then.
Hmmm... see, I had that SAME problem with my dad's old Genesis. So, I went out and got a new video wire for it (Can be found at Slackers if you're in the midwest of America... if you aren't, go on Ebay or Amazon and hunt around!), and a new AC cord. Then it worked just fine.
If that doesn't work, try cleaning the copper part of the game you stick into the system with Q-Tips. Sometimes Windex helps, and then you can use a Q-Tip to get the Windex off, and let it dry for about 20 minutes. And if those don't work, get a pencil with a clean pink eraser at the tip, and rub it in the game. Use a Q-Tip to get off all of the eraser shavings. The eraser breaks the electro-static cling made when the game is being read/played.
Good luck, and I really hope this helps!
You need to hook up the cable coming in from the outside to one end of the Sega RF cable and hook the male end of the RF connector from the Sega into the cable input on the TV.On the back of the game console there is a channel selector switch.It is either CH3 or CH4 which is what your TV needs to be on when you turn on the console.If one looks bad try switching the channel selector on Sega and on the TV.
Good luck and game on!
What you will need to do with the RF cable is to take your incoming cable thast goes to your TV and screw it into one side of the RF box. Then the adjacent short cable wire that is on the other side needs to be screwed into your TV. The long end of the cord plugs into the back of the sgea unit. Good luck! Any other questions, feel free to ask.