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You can create an emulator to access these games on portable devices like a laptop, but it requires some computer skills and sometimes borders on ******* depending on where you get the game files to play on your emulator.
Well try cleaning the game packs out with qutips and rubbing alchal well there is a battery inside of super Nintendo game packs that save the game data and they can't work with out some power so maybe the batteries are dying then it could be that then.
Well it sounds like the controllers might be defective then you could clean the controllers out with rubbing alcohal and qutips and soft cloth and use a tooth brush too to clean them out. Buy controllers from lukie games then or jj games.
The eject feature isn't necessary for the console (it just aids in pulling the game out straight.) You can pull it out manually, just make sure you don't pull it out at an angle to prevent bending or breaking the game. When you get the game out, clean it thoroughly with rubbing alcohol on a q-tip.
When you turn it on does it make any affect on your tv screen at all? If it doesn't it is probably your av cord. They do go bad over time. A new one is approx $2 on e-bay.
If you get a black screen or fuzz on your tv, it's just a dirty game or console.