Question about Nintendo NES Console
Sorry to say but if this is happening with all the games then there is a fault with your console. May be just as bad or dirty contact in the cartridge slot. So you may want to open it up to have a look and clean it out. But there's a big change you didn't get your money's worth.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
I had a similair problem. My nitendo would blink or show a black screen so i watched this video and it fixed it. Its still not perfect because i need to wiggle the game around to get it to work but its better than it was before.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
Don't give up! these systems are 20+ years old and need some TLC.
Open it up and give it a good cleaning. use compressed air on the board. You may consider disabling the regional lockout chip (i always do). i would definately tighten the 72-pin connector by using a small eyeglasses flathead screwdriver and prying the pins up 1-2mm.
Cleaning the game would be good too but you need a 3.5mm security bit to open it. i would at least use compressed air in the cartridge and run a cotton swab inside of it.
getting an old nes running is well worth it! i hope i could help!
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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