Good to see a fellow Floridian.
Here you go.
It's been fun guys.
I have two launch models that still work,both are jtagged with a fan on the gpu to keep it cooled.
Yup,it will be a bit more brighter but I wouldn't worry about it as your picture looks great.
No problem,glad it's working.
Also from doing comparisons with rgb and component on my crt.
If you have no resister on luma it looks pretty much...
So what caps did you end up using.
Yes,composite and s-video should be displaying normally,do you another tv to test.
Are you using a resister on luma,also you could try a lower...
For the RF module you should use a desoldering gun or maybe a solder sucker.
But I didn't have the tools at the time so I took a pair of pliers...
That's awesome,glad you got it working,smart move on swapping the chip.
I should have some spare S-ENC chips but I'm in the US but I'm sure you...
Sorry for not getting back to you sooner.
I was messing with a super fami I modded years ago,had the same color problem as you,I removed the...
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...
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