Question about Nintendo NES Console
It can mean many things, but probably the video output or the cable between the NES and whatever it is connected to, might have bad/broken contacts.
It's hard to troubleshoot just by writing.
NES is old, it doesn't live forever. You might as well get a collector to pay top dollar for it and have him fix it. Or use the box for some custom HTPC project (example: https://kyber.ninja/content/Building%20a%20Nintendo%20HTPC/ )
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The console is having difficulty reading the cartridge. Check the console for dust and/or dirt and give it a good cleaning with a can of condensed air. Also check the cartridge for dust and blow that out thoroughly. It should work after that. Put the cartridge in, making sure it's pressed in all the way and enjoy!
Note: Some NES consoles get a bit finicky in their old age so you might need to make sure the cartridge is in there firmly. I still have my NES and after 21 years it still works great.
Posted on Jul 03, 2010
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