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I bought a snes on ebay withn out an aerial switch box.  It runs with an aerial cable from the tv direct to the snes.  The picture is all fuzzy.

I have tried it on 2 tvs with the same results

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Re: SNES FUZZY PICTURE - Nintendo NES Console Video Game Consoles

Check the aerial cable

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