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Games are in black and white-no color

No color, games are in black and white

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Make sure the cables are hooked up properly. Audio to the audio input and video into the video input of the tv.

If they are hooked up right and you still only get black and white pictures then the cable might be bad so get a new cable.

If you still have a problem even with a new cable then its something to do with the connector in the SNES or the main board itself.

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Posted on May 21, 2009

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