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Re: red blinking light
Try blowing the dust out of both the system and the games. Purchase one of those air duster cans from a computer store.
Open up the door to the system where the games go in and go to town blowing all the dust out. Then do the same to the cartridges.
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Well if the red light is flickering then it might be a bad ac adapter so you could buy a new ac adapter to see if it works then. Or bad capacitor inside of the console oe or the other. It might be time to buy a new N64 console.
What color is the power light when the system shuts off?
Red: If the power light is red, or flashing red, when the system turns off, then the system's battery needs to be charged.
Blue: If the power light is blue when the
system turns off, then there appears to be a problem with the system and
it will need to be repaired.
If the orange recharge indicator light blinks while the system is
plugged in and charging, then it is likely that the battery is not
If you have ensured that the battery is installed properly but the orange
light still blinks, check to make sure that the battery is a licensed
by Nintendo. The only licensed Nintendo DSi battery will have the model
number "TWL-003" (Nintendo DSi) or "UTL-003" (Nintendo DSi XL) and will
display Nintendo's logo. Call 1-800-255-3700 if you still need help.
Well it sounds like the fuse is broken and needs to be replaced then 1.5 amp ico fuse for the Super Nintendo console I think that kijijiji and eBay sell these fuse types for SNES consoles the fuse will have to be soldered on and solder the old one off first too. If you don't fell comfortable with fixing it find a place that fixes old consoles or find some one that can fix it for you or just buy a new console
You game is most likely just dirty which doesn't allow it to connect to the console completely. Clean the gold strip on the bottom of the game with a q-tip dipped in rubbing alcohol. Make sure it is dry before you try it in the system again.
1, Turn off and unplug your wii console for a few minutes
2,Turn the power back on and when you see the the safety screen open the small flap on the front of the wii console. Inside you will find the red sync button. Press and hold the red button down for 15 seconds.
* Then remove the battery cover from the wii remote, inside you will see another red button.
* Press and release the red button, the blue lights on the remote will start blinking.
* Quickly press and release the red sync button on the wii console.
* The remote will stop blinking and it should now be synced.
then try syncing your wii fit bored