If you never connected ground then that's why the mod never worked in the first place.
If you want I can take some voltage readings and get back...
I can say if you get the component mod working it should be all in color just like rgb.
On the top.
Guess you didn't find any broken traces on the s-enc and as for the snes it has internal traces as well.
You could replace the caps near the...
Don't think there's a schematic for any pal snes's available,only for the first JPN/US systems that I'm aware of.
Just trace out the s-enc to the...
What I would do is use your meter and see if there's any broken traces on the s-enc.
Guess you don't have a crt with component,that would be the best test.
As for pin 7 and I just use this as it's more convenient.
I opened my snes and I'm rocking the same SNSP-CPU-02 as you,even have the SuperCIC as well.
I have 470uf caps on pins 1 and 24,think that's all...
First make sure you have no bridges on the s-enc and did you discharge the console before you did the mod?
Do you have a ps2 with component cables?
If so load up a ps1 game and see what outputs.
Pin 1 and 24 I add a 100uf or 220uf cap,positive going to the s-enc and for green I grab it from the multiout,you can add a resister to luma,like...
You can do a simple test,just plug in any old 240p console via composite into the green component port,if it shows up black and white you should...
Think my pal snes might be the same model but I did the component mod on it and it turned out great.
What kind of tv do you want to run it on,if...
Pretty sure it's the one for the original xbox that never got a retail release.
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