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NES-001 WHITE VIDEO PICTURE WITH SOUND OK

The video is white and sound is good. I clean and raise the 72 pins for better contact. Nothing changes. I followed the signal with scope, I had a pulse syncro with the color burst but the signal video is straight line (white)

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Its most likely cause its over 10 years old

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