so does anyone know where that fuse is?
Its hard to tell from your picture. Look at all of the components and the silk screened labelson your NES, if theres a fuse on the board, it will most likely be labeled F1, F2 etc.
Designer noob wrote:
The company that made the NES isn't going to put a fuse on the board there is no point. They would put what ever they needed into the power adapter to make sure nothing happened.
This goes for the N64 there was no fuse on the board. Everything was put into the power adapter becasue thats where the power was coming from. So, if anything went wrong the power adapter would be the only thing damaged.
That also explains why the n64s can fry at the drop of a hat.
I havent cracked open a regular snes, but I know that on a Mini snes, one of the first few components the power goes through is a fuse.. I also believe that there are fuses on the PSOne as well. In some cases, I wouldn't be surprised if there was a fuse in both the power supply and and game system.