I think it has something to with the cable connecting to the tv but im not at all sure. I have the same problem with mine (at least it sounds the same). What i do is just leave it plugged in for a few minutes and it slowly starts to unflicker. Hope that helps.
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Not to be rude but are you serious? Do you have the SETUP MANUAL, it tells you how to. If not then, follow these steps.
First, plug controllers to the front of the super nintendo. Second, plug in ac adapter(power) to the back of the super nintendo(round hole). Third, plug in video cable -if it has a red, white, and yellow plug it into back of super nintendo and the front of the t.v. -if it has a grey box with a wire coming out of it, plug it into the back of super nintendo and back of the t.v. where you will have to screw it in by twisting it to the right.
Now if its the three different colored wires, then it will be on the first video channel. If it screws into the back of the t.v. then it will be on channel 3 or 4 depending on what the channel switch says on the grey box.
Put the game in with the picture facing you all the way in. Now hit start and you should be good to go. If you get a black screen try taking the game out and blowing on it then putting it back in after all it is old!