That's the symptom of a heat related problem; take it apart, it's probably full of stuff.I have my N64 still. I set it up for my kids and tried playing on it some time ago, but I found it to be unreliable. It would get all fuzzy and eventually just give me a black screen. That is, if it even starts playing anything at all.
Mine does too.My original NES still works like a charm! Only problem is with the different refresh rate of the HDTV, the gun doesn’t work right, so I can’t play Duck Hunt anymore.
A video signal is pretty awesome tech; you have to synchronize the horizontal and vertical scan frequencies with the transmitter, or you get garbage.Elma Farnsworth: We were watching it, and, when Neil Armstrong landed on the moon, Phil turned to me and said, "Pem, this has made it all worthwhile." Before then, he wasn't too sure.