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Hi the problem with my snes is that its not turning on. its plugged in an still no power when i hit the switch. do you kno wut internally is wrong or you think its the power cord?

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Well I had a problem with my super NeS console not turning on so I tried a new ac adapter and it was fine after that it could be a bad adapter like I had I hope or the worst case is that the console has died then.
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SOURCE: my SNES wont turn on. PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!

go buy a new one that system is to old

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Hi i just bought a super nes system it came with RF switch power unit which i have connected to the appropriate connections, i have an LG TV with an golden eye and don't seem to be able to tune the...


Make sure everything's connected in the correct sockets. Turn the SNES on, change to one of the Analogue channels (one of the channels which you control with the TV remote) and start scanning for a signal. The RF cable has to be connected to the analogue port (where a TV aerial would plug in to get analogue channels) and the SNES needs to be switched on.

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The dc jack where you plug in the ac adaptor is worn out which is why it is chipping and also why you can't make a good enough connection for the ac adaptor so you can turn on the Super Nintendo.

What needs to happen is your SNES needs to have the old dc jack taken off and a new one soldered on.

If you can find another broken SNES that has a good working dc jack then take if off of that one and solder it onto yours and your SNES will work like new.


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My SNES wont turn on. PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!


go buy a new one that system is to old

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http://www.chronicgames.net/articles/snes-museum.aspx

Yea basically I am having the same prob with my system and I am trying to fix it. Ill let ya know if i figure it out

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I'll just tell you how to set it up with an RF cable.

1: Plug the power adapter in an outlet and plug the other side in the designated spot where it fits. Simple.

2: On the back of the SNES, there should be a switch that says channel 3 or 4. Whatever one the switch is at, it will be the channel to play it at.

3: From where it says "NES CONTROL DECK" on the RF switch, plug that into the SNES.

4: From where it says "TV" on the RF switch, screw it into the supplied ports on the TV. Note that newer TV's don't have this port.

You probably don't need to bother with the antenna port.

Enjoy the SNES! :)

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