I have an old RCA console, model GLR670P. It needs another channel button pad assy. I can't seem to locate one, as this is an old 1985 set. The numbers on the part are:
It was available from RCA about 8 years ago and I should have gotten one then. Now, it seems impossible to find. Maybe someone can find the resources.
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Try switching to a different channel. The Atari 2600 supports channels 2 and 3, you want to pick the one that is not broadcasting in your area. If your TV has "auto-tuning" you may need to manually add channel 2 or 3 (whichever you pick) to see it on the TV.
how are you connecting the wii to the tv...through the rca jacks? If so, you can not get to the input channels by the channel button. On the remote there will be a button called either AV, Input, AV Video, Video, A/V, Input or something similar. Hit this button until your tv goes to the appropriate av channel.
Its not actually possible to connect it to your tv if it doesnt have a rca or a scart socket. if you have the old cables for a nintendo 64 they might work on it but otherwise you will need a new tv or medium to connect it through. If you did manage to connect it then you wouldnt need to play it on AV as because it was going through the aerial it would just appear on one of the channels.
What type of TV are you hooking the cables too?
Most likely the TV settings will need to changed to one of the following. TV1 or TV2 using the input button on the remote, or channel 3 or 4. It depends the set up of the TV
are you using a/v (audio/video cables with rca ends), or direct to cable input on t v.? if direct to t v, did you check ch switch on back of system deck? otherwise is t v programmed for the correct INPUT. T V, AV1. AV2. OR AV3?
ANOTHER PROBLEM WITH OLD NES IS YOU MUST CLEAN THE GAME EVERYTIME YOU INSERT IT. TO CLEAN MIX ALCOHOL/WATER 1-1 AND USE QTIP. RUN IT UP AND DOWN BOTH SIDES OF CONTACTS. IT WILL DRY RIGHTAWAY.
DOES THE SYSTEM POWER LITE GO ON? IF SO THE PROBLEM IS MOST LIKELY A DIRTY GAME. YOU NEED TO CLEAN EVERY GAME BEFORE PUTTING IT IN. MIX ALCOHOL AND WATER, 1 TO 1 AND USE A Q TIP TO CO UP AND DOWN THE CONTACTS. IF THEY ARE BEHIND A PLASTIC DOOR, STICK A SMALL SCREWDRIVER IN THE HOLE AND IT WILL MOVE BACK.
OTHER THAN THAT, YOU SEEM TO HAVE DONE EVERYTHING RIGHT.