Question about Nintendo Super NES Console
Games won't load in old Super Nintendo; seems hard to believe that simple cleaning or replacement connector is the problem (re: recommended kits). I can burnish contacts if buildup is a common issue, but wouldn't think it would 'suddenly' stop, normally contacts clean themselves with re-insertion. I suspected chip prob and new (replacement) unit the most likely fix. BUT, is there any company taking trade-in on old units for rebuilt?
Your best bet is to get a new system, but go with either the FC Twin or Retro Duo systems - they play both NES and SNES games problem free (with very few exceptions). I personally recommend the Retro Duo.
As far as trading in goes, can't help you there. But once you trade it in you can't go wrong with the RD.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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