Question about Nintendo Super NES Console
Your Super Nintendo has two outputs, Unless you have the Mini Super Nintendo.
But since the mini is rare lets stick with the regular one, If you are talking about the cable that plugs into your television, The one that plugs in to coax (where the cable box would go) Should look like a black cord with a black or gray box on the end and screws onto the back of the television,
If thats the part thats broken have no fear, There should be another input that looks like (`````#``````) (_______) Im not an artist sorry lol, Anyways this cord has three wires on the end red, white & yellow.
The mini if im not mistaken only has one output, Anyways if you have a Gamecube or Nintendo 64 that cord will also work on the Super Nintendo.
Also make sure when plugged in and turned on that there is a small red light on the front indicating that it's on. If you need a wire you can get one here http://www.amazon.com/Nintendo-AV-Cable-Super/dp/B000035Y6B/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1286967890&sr=8-1
Amazon has them for around 5 bucks including shipping.
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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