I was going through my cupbord, and i found my old super nintendo, i pluged it all in the light on the consol to said its on works but i forget what im ment to do to get it to work on the tv, i plug it in and go to tune my tv in whilst the consols on right. i tried this 4 times and i couldn't pick up the nintendo - am i doing somthing wrong or mabey one of the cords is shot?
The antenna cord goes screwed into the tv (where you screw in your cable ) then the tv goes on channel 3 or 4, if that doesn't work try using the av cord from a n64 (if u got 1) then put your tv in whatever setting you need 2 play your dvd player on. and if none of that works try cleaning your games ,i use peroxide and a cotton swab .
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YOU CAN NOT PUT NINTENDO 64 GAMES INTO SNES or NES SLOTS. The retro duo is snes (super nintendo entertainment system) and nes (nintendo entertainment system) only there is not spot for the nintendo 64.
Well it sounds like the fuse is broken and needs to be replaced then 1.5 amp ico fuse for the Super Nintendo console I think that kijijiji and eBay sell these fuse types for SNES consoles the fuse will have to be soldered on and solder the old one off first too. If you don't fell comfortable with fixing it find a place that fixes old consoles or find some one that can fix it for you or just buy a new console
Well it might just be the fact that its an old console and those games are out of date same thing happens to me i wouldn't worry about it too much try cleaning the gamepacks out with qutips and rubbing alcohal then.
Not to be rude but are you serious? Do you have the SETUP MANUAL, it tells you how to. If not then, follow these steps.
First, plug controllers to the front of the super nintendo. Second, plug in ac adapter(power) to the back of the super nintendo(round hole). Third, plug in video cable -if it has a red, white, and yellow plug it into back of super nintendo and the front of the t.v. -if it has a grey box with a wire coming out of it, plug it into the back of super nintendo and back of the t.v. where you will have to screw it in by twisting it to the right.
Now if its the three different colored wires, then it will be on the first video channel. If it screws into the back of the t.v. then it will be on channel 3 or 4 depending on what the channel switch says on the grey box.
Put the game in with the picture facing you all the way in. Now hit start and you should be good to go. If you get a black screen try taking the game out and blowing on it then putting it back in after all it is old!
Well yes you are supposed to put the game in before you turn on the system. another thing is that super nintendo doesn't make the same noises like most modern game systems do because those game systems require more electrical components. If the light is on its most likely working. If it still doesn't work it most likely has dust. you might want to blow in the game or the game console. Hope I could help.
The eject feature isn't necessary for the console (it just aids in pulling the game out straight.) You can pull it out manually, just make sure you don't pull it out at an angle to prevent bending or breaking the game. When you get the game out, clean it thoroughly with rubbing alcohol on a q-tip.
When you turn it on does it make any affect on your tv screen at all? If it doesn't it is probably your av cord. They do go bad over time. A new one is approx $2 on e-bay.
If you get a black screen or fuzz on your tv, it's just a dirty game or console.