Question about Nintendo NES Console
Well it sounds like that the pin connecter is behind this problem and it needs to be replaced then.
Posted on Jul 28, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
a 'front load' nes ALWAYS does this, even if the connector pins inside the console are new. the cartriges on a Front Load nes rarely completely seat, as Nintendo redesigned the Famicom very poorly for the US market. try this 1. put the cart in as usual, but hold it all the way down 2. slip an unwanted/extra cart in on top of the metal hoop above the cart your using. this gives a better contact for the cart. try cleaning the cartrige pins as well. some won't read right if there's ANYTHING on the pins.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
SOURCE: Wii Console will not turn off.
try turning it off on the console and not with the controller. turning it off with controller turns it yellow. press and hold the power button on console for 5 seconds it should turn red.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
SOURCE: Does the original Nintendo NES-001 require a certain AC adapter. Cause I doesn't have the original ac adapter with same spec. My console power light is blinking on an doff. can that be the issuept
As long as it's 9 volt and about 500mA it should be ok. Just seen an original that says 9 volt and 400mA.
The current (mA) can be higher than the original but not the voltage that has to be 9.
1000mA = 1 Amp. So anything over 400mA is fine, but not less.
Posted on Feb 06, 2012
Testimonial: "so If my ac adapter is 12v dc 750ma which is not the same so can that cause powering up issues with the flashing red power light. Or is the system broken "
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