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The Super Nintendo will not turn on no matter what we do! We have all the equipment we need and it's all hooked up correctly, but nothing happens. Not even blowing in it will help. What is the problem?

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Does the light turn on?

If you get no light then your power cord is bad. You can get a new one on e-bay for between $8-10.

If your light turns on and you just don't get picture on the screen (screen goes black) then your game is dirty. Wipe the gold bar on the bottom of the game with a q-tip dipped in rubbing alcohol. Let it dry and try again.

If you get absolutely NOTHING on screen, it is your AV cable. You can get a new one on ebay for about $2.

Posted on Jan 18, 2010

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