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Snes I can turn on my snes but there is no sound at all and the picture jumps, moves up and down and doesn't stop. What do I need to do?

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  • lkahlow Oct 05, 2007

    What would I need to clean it and how would I do that?

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I would suggest that you make sure the RCA jacks are hook up properly, and on the right color.If that doesn't fix it, then its an inside problem.It might need some cleaning.

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