Question about Nintendo Super NES Console
Check the cord for output power, you can use a voltmeter for this, of it your gusty use your tongue, it wont hurt you much it's pretty close to 9 volts if I remember right. If that has power check to see if the part you plug the cord into is loose at all, it may of been broken off on the inside and needs to be re-soldered. if both of those fail you might want to check any of the connections on the main board for bad solder points. I do think it might just be a worn power supply/cord
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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