Question about Nintendo Super NES Console
Remove the AV cables and reinsert them with a slight twisting motion
Make sure the channel switch on the TV and system are set to the same channel (either CH3 or CH4)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Nes Nintendo Channel Trouble
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.
Posted on Sep 20, 2007
SOURCE: Super Nintendo with no power.
I guess its the fuse! The fuse you will need is a 1.5 amp pico fuse. To get to the fuse you will need a snes screw driver which can be found on ebay. The picofuse will have to be soldered on. Might be cheaper buying a new one!
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
your problem will be with the mating surfaces of the switch contacts themselves.
i,ve cleaned several console hand-pads. to find that sweat and food debris mixed together, get under the contact pads.
this is the small piece of carbon ( mounted under the silicone rubber pad ) inside the controller.
these should be wiped with a cotton bud, swabbed in a small amount of lighter fluid ( or methylated spirits ) and wiped clean.
check the cable for signs of wear, also the controller port mating surfaces should be shiny copper connections. if these are not mating with the controller, then no signal is being transmitted between the pad and input ports.
look carefully, if any pins are lower than others, take a fine electrical screwdriver or needle, and gently bend the pin upwards, so that they all align at the same height.
Failing this, you have faults on you controller port input sockets.
these can be replaced, as they,re ribbon cabled to the mainboard. this is a job if your electrically competant.
Hope this helps.
Mike @ Compurepair.
p.s if it was simple, everyone would be doing it :)
Posted on Feb 23, 2008
Since you are getting signal at all, it is probably the connection.
If you are using the old coaxle cord you need to upgrade to the 3-prong av cord. If you have already done that, your cord might be going out.
You can get a new one on e-bay for approx $2
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
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