Question about Nintendo Super NES Console
Posted by Anonymous on
Well maybe the console needs to be cleaned out esspecially if its filled up with dust.
Dust causes video game consoles to over heat 10 times faster than their normal heat rate then.
I have had this issue before with my N64 console so I cleaned it out and no stalling yet.
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