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Ask NES Repair Questions
To help our customers understand their options to get their NES systems back up and running, we will monitor and answer questions left on this blog. Let us know what symptoms you are experiencing, and what you have done to fix your NES system thus far, and our professional repair staff will respond with their advice. To get things started, some common symptoms that are easy to diagnose are the following:
Symptom: TV screen flashes between a solid color and black.
Solution: Your 72 pin NES connector pins are worn out, and bent back. You should replace the 72 pin NES connector so it makes proper contact with your NES games.
Symptom: TV screen is a solid color, but does not flash.
Solution: Your NES games are likely dirty and need to be cleaned. You should clean your NES games to remove dirt and grime that is preventing a proper connection with the NES 72 pin connector.
Symptom: NES power light does not come on.
Solution: You have one of two issues. Either your NES AC Adapter is bad, or your internal power supply is bad. Always test the AC Adapter (either with a multimeter, or by purchasing a replacement NES AC Adapter) to rule that out. If that does not work, you will need to replace your NES system.
Of course, these are just a starting point. If you have other questions, post them here and check back often. We will try to respond to all questions within 24 hours. Thanks!