The controller is most likey bad just go buy another one if that doesn't work then the system has a bad jack and you can take it to a shop like gamstop and they can replace or repair it for you
not that expensive
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Potential mistakes, Coaxle cable not screwed on tightly or wire inside is missing. Tv is on channel 3 i'm assuming, If it's not as simple those open them up, should be some screws on the bottom, and just make sure everything is plugged in look for anything that shouldn't be clean it then plug it in and try it again before taking anything apart, Old consoles are touchy, use isopropyl alcohol to clean anything connected to the motherboard or that will conduct.
Okay, what I would try is hooking up the snes using the n64 cable. right next to the rf slot in the back of the super nintendo is a slot thats the same video output as the n64 you can plug in the rca cables from it and see if they work
Easy!! Im a game collector and i still have a SNES. The solution is simple
If you have a digital box then that means that a cable goes to the box and from the box a cable goes to your Tv. What you should do is unscrew that cable that goes to your Tv and you will screw the SNES coax cable notice that the SNES cable has and input coax cable entrance aswell so you can screw the Tv cable back in to it so you wont miss watching your fav channels after you finish playing awesome classic games on the SNES
The CIC chip, also known as lock out chip, may have gone bad. Here is a quote from a site I found.
"Every SNES control deck has a regional lockout chip (known as a CIC),
as does every original SNES game cartridge. Before a game is loaded,
the console will attempt to communicate with the CIC chip on the game
cartridge. If the CIC chip doesn't respond or does not correspond with
the consoles CIC, the console won't load the game. In most cases, a
black screen is displayed."