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I have a paly station Nintendo

I have a Nintendo , when i try to plug it on the power ( on ) always blinks and on the tv their is nothing no picture nothing at all please tell me what to do ...

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  • David Carruth May 11, 2010

    Do you mean you have the original NES or the Super NES?

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You may need to check if your game has been inserted properly.

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