Nintendo NES question

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    Hey guys I'm not getting power to my Nintendo nes I was wondering if anyone has a vid or pics to show how to check voltage on my board if it's getting voltage
     
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    Here is my data from my AC:
    INPUT: AC 120V 60Hz 17W
    OUTPUT: AC9V 1.3A
    MODEL- NES-002

    Have you cleaned the AC entry (NES) ?
    Have you tried with another AC?
    Do you have any tools to open it?
     
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    It's open, I just need to see how to use my meter to check to see why it is not getting power, and the power pack works on my other NES
     
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    Check it in the Voltaje Regulator, needs 5V
    I founded this, i don't know if this maybe give you some idea....
    http://nintendoage.com/forum/messageview.cfm?catid=8&threadid=121523


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    I founded some info, maybe it's your AC adapter, check the voltaje of the AC output, 5V needs.
     
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    The AC adapter turned out good, next is to find out how to test the diode ? I'd there a diagram on how to check it ?
     
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    Check the MotherBoard of POWER OFF/ON /RESET
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    Also, check POWER SWITCH CONNECTOR, clean it or re-solder it.
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    It looks all clean but I cleaned it again, from reading it might be the large cap?
     
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    i don't think it it's the large cape, and i think maybe needs a re-soldering.
     
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    re-soldering of just the power switch ?
     
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    Re-solder Power Switch Connector and Power/Reset PINS.
    Maybe with the re-soldering, work again, this happened with my NES USA too.
    Oh! and...
    please be careful when you re-solder the pins.
     
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    Soldered it up and still nothing :(
     
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    Ahg! really?!1!1 ugh... im searching more info about that...
     
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    Hey are you sure you checked every cable in the MotherBoard? O.o this is very strange...
    Or why don't seach in ebay NES MotherBoards?