Well, the "Nintendo" logo is actually stored in the cartridge itself – normally, when the Game Boy is switched on without a cartridge inside, you only get a black solid rectangle. (I think this entitled Nintendo to go after producers of unlicensed hardware at the time.)Felstaff wrote:Only, it doesn't work... I switch it on, the red light comes on. The "Nintendo" logo drops, only now it's just a few scrambled pixels and you can't make out 'Nintendo' at all.
If the ribbon cable was going, there'd be blank lines running down the screen – not an uncommon sight, back in the day. (Like I said, the ribbon cable is one thing you definitely do not want to tamper with!)Dr.Buck wrote:have it open and check condition of the ribbon cable
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