Question about Video Game Consoles & Games
I have an original Nintendo Entertainments system and it just constantly restarts itself, making flahes of color on the screen.
Any ideas what to do?
The contacts are dirty. Either on the game you are trying to play or on the system its self.
To clean the game, just use some q-tips and windex. Spray the windex on the q-tip and then rub the contacts. Try to not leave any of the q-tip fuzz on the contacts (don't rub to vigorously). And then make sure to let it dry (should be pretty quick!)
There may be a more appropriate cleaning solution to use instead of windex, but it works and everyone has it.
As for the contacts inside the nes, i forget if you can get at them with a q-tip...
Maybe hold off on that and just try cleaning the game.
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
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