Question about Nintendo Super NES Console
Hi, when playing two-player games on my Super Nintendo Entertainment System, the console does not recognise the second controller. For example, when playing Donkey Kong Country or Mortal Kombat (in two-player mode) and it requires Player 2 to press START, it does not recognise this. Both controllers work indepentendly in the Controller 1 port, so it doesn't seem that the controller itself is the problem. I have dusted out the connections without any luck... Anyone have any ideas? Thanks for reading this question.
The 2nd Player controller port just might be shot. That or the part of the main board that deals with the 2nd controller. My suggestion is purchasing another controller board (the main board and controller board are separate and easily removable pieces) and switching them out. If the problem persists then the SNES's main board probably has an issue.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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