Yes, this would indicate that there is a problem with the unit itself. The most common problem with SNES systems is that over time, dust has collected and is interfering with the connections- usually between the system and games themselves (which can cause an array of graphical errors). I recommend cleaning the connection interfaces (both on the games themselves and on the board) first. Unfortunately, unless you're REALLY attached to that particular system, it is cheaper now to just buy another one than to get it repaired if there's a more serious problem than just cleaning it.
it can be easily done by yourself, no professional required.
Super Nintendo - black & white screen
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4 September 2008
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