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Re: trouble with gamecube
See if you can get a scart lead or is that one of the leads you already have, if so gamecube might need to be taken back or find a gaming repair shop and explain to them what has gone on, im sure they will be able to figure something out, you shouldnt be having this much trouble, i hope this info was of any help
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What you are trying to do is run your GameCube into the component hookups into the TV. What I would do first is lay out the five plugs on the end of the cord without them crossing over eachother. There should be a red plug directly next to the white one. The red one and the white one are both your audio hookups, plug them into the audio connections on the TV (that is the L and R ones and they are color-coded). The other three (green, blue, and the other red one) are the ones that are used to display the picture. Green goes into Y, Blue goes into Pb/Cb and Red goes into PrCr (again, the connections and the inputs on the TV are color-coded to make it easier). With that you should be able to play the system. If that doesn't work, make sure the red ones are in the correct place. Good luck!
probly the connection in the rf adapter is crapped out. there is a cord that is sold with the n64 and gamecube( not sure about the wii) that can connect to the super nintendo. kind of a rounded rectangle plug with a bump at the top that has rca cords ( 3: 1 for video and 2 for sterio sound). look at the back of the nintendo and ull see what im talking about. there should only be 2 outputs. the rf and the other rectangle with a dump one.
the other cord was never sold with the super nintendo just the rf was sold with it.
so if u have a N64 or gamecube you can use their tv input cords
The first thing to do is test your Gamecube DC adapter cord to make sure it has not burnt out and is working correctly. Once this is done, then your problem is most likely the Gamecube Power Regulator Circuit Board. If you are familiar with working on Gamecube consoles, you can pick up one of these for about 10 bucks. Just Google part GCPT019.
The Intec Gamecube screen requires both a 12 volt DC input and the AV input. The larger connection is the AV cable which plugs into the back of the Gamecube console. The smaller round cable is the 12 volt DC input cable that goes to the power source for your screen. The solution is to either get the original splitter cable that splits the DC power to the screen and the Gamecube, or use separate 12 v DC inputs for each device. These original Intec splitter cables are rare and are not cheap, and the only place I have found them for sale is at the NES Repair Shop:
Make sure the yellow wire is plugged in tightly and try pressing the tv/vcr button on your remote. It may say input after you have done that let me know what happens and I will help you the best I can.