Question about Video Game Consoles
I replaced the pin, but it is still flashing.
Okay, the blinking is not fixed by a new 72-pin; thats a common misconception. You need to disable your NES lock-out chip, its the reason games blink. Cut the 4th pin on your NES chip under the motherboard, its called "3193A". Do it at your own risk, if your remove it correctly the NES will work perfectly and never blink ever again.
Posted on Jan 03, 2008
Check to see if there is anything stuck in the game slot (where the cartridge goes), grab a cotton swab with Isopropyl alcohol and clean the terminals. Let it dry before inserting a cartridge, clean the terminals on the game cartridge as well
This should do the trick!
Posted on Dec 11, 2007
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