Question about Sega Mega-CD Console
The fuses are solid state fuses, one is a small white top surface fuse on the bottom of the board the other is a green "resistor" looking fuse. both are marked with Fxxx ( the x's are numbers) check them with a meter for continuity so you dont change a good one.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The problem is most likely not the console. The first thing you should try is cleaning the contacts on your games. Most of the games have tamper proof fasteners so unless you have the right tools you won't be able to open them. You can take a q-tip with a little alcohol (damp not wet) and clean both sides of the circuit board on the cartridge until the q-tip comes out clean. Let it dry before sticking it into the console. If you do this to a couple of games with no luck try taking an emery board (for fingernails) and gently inserting it into the connector in the console a few times all along the length of it. Make sure to only push it straight in and pull it straight out. If you try pushing it side to side while it is in there you could damage the connector.
Posted on Dec 08, 2007
If the screen changes (From snow to black or something) when the console is turned on it sound like the console is partially working. Try cleaning the Cardridge pins que tip and some sort of cleaning fluid.
Once this is done insert and eject the cartridge several times then repeat the cleaning process on the cartridge. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 11, 2008
SOURCE: how do i set up my sega genesis
There should be regular av cables and wall adapter for it. Mine came with the wrong cords and that might of happened to you. So if you don't know the av cables go in the back of the tv and plug's in the back of the sega. and the wall adapter goes in the wall. If you don't have the cords than get them off line. Type in:
cut and paste it online and you can get them.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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