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Have original Nintendo NES001 game console. Hasn't been used for approx 5 years. Recently hooked it up but no game appears on TV. Symptoms: Red LED on front of console blinks on and off, TV screen flashes from blue/gray screen to static and back again continuously. Thanks for any information, Del.

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  • dummo Aug 27, 2008

    Excellent! I removed the console cover, the metal cover plate, etc. to where I could also remove the 72 pin connector for cleaning, ditto on the cartridge. The unit now works fine. Thanks a million!!

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Usually that means that the console can't read the cartridge. Clean the contacts inside the console and on the cartridge.

Posted on Aug 26, 2008

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