Many of us remember playing old retro games consoles like Nintendo NES, Atari, and Sega Genesis. If you played Nintendo NES and all you had to do to was match up the colors of the A/V cords to the same color A/V connector on the back of the TV. However, times have changed, and televisions have too. Some of the newer TVs are made a little different than older models and require other cables or adapters in order for you to be able to connect your gaming console.
Here are a few steps for helping you get your retro games console up and running:
If you are still having trouble getting your gaming consoles to connect to your TV after following these steps you may need to clean your gaming cartridge or get a new one. Sometimes old gaming consoles need to be updated in order to fit whatever device you’re using. Also, sometimes the only thing that may be keeping your game from working is a loose cartridge or plug. Always check your gaming consoles plugs, cables, and gaming cartridge, to make sure nothing is loose.
As a precaution, always make sure to unplug the TV and any other devices from your wall outlet before you begin switching cables. Remember to always put your safety first.