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The Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES), or simply the Super Nintendo, is a 16bit gaming console released by Nintendo in 1990. The Super Nintendo was one of the best sellers of its time and still has a large fanbase today.

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Why does my Super Nintendo have no sound or image

I bought a super Nintendo cheap with 4 games. It didn't come with power cords, but she claimed that she took it to a pawn shop and it read her games. I took it home, hooked everything up, put one of the games in and nothing. So i ordered a new power cord and when it came the super Nintendo turned on with no sound or image. But without a game it does nothing and with a game the TV flashes but still no sound or image. Somebody please help!

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@avanteguarde @paperboypaddy why would you even consider merging this as a duplicate question? Your target is a different OP and 7 years older. this is not a duplicate. What's next? Merging all iPhone question that are similar.......

Do you guys check on those things or you just blindly vote on this?????

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@oldturkey03 I don't think this was the merge request I started. The one I wanted were 2 with similar titles of "my console won't power on".

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@avanteguarde @paperboypaddy check under failed votes:

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Again, are you thinking it would be okay to merge all iPhone 7 question that deal with a broken display (or anything else that is similar) into a single question ? Hopefully not! That will totally abandon individuality on here and follow the likes of fixya and yahoo answers. I doubt that is your intention. Only merge question that are by the same author and about the same device/fault.

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@oldturkey03, yes if it cleans up the Q&A, it actually is not a bad idea. People keep asking the same questions and I personally already have been either copying/pasting my own answers or copy/pasting the links to redirect to the answers for the same question already asked.

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@avanteguarde @paperboypaddy okay good for you as the person that answers. Not good for the OP. Stuff will get lost. All that this is going to create is a "me too" forum. There are enough of them out there already.

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You have to have a game in the system for it to show up on the screen there is no splash screen like later consoles. It may be a bad a/v or rf cable depending on what you are using. Honestly your best bet is to find someone with a snes and borrow their cables to test the system itself. That way you can tell if it is your cables or the system. A friendly game store may help you test it if you were to purchase a replacement cable from them if that proved to be the case.

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