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Where to test 2600 Cartridges?

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I have around 30 Atari 2600 cartridges, and 2 old consoles.  I cannot get either console hooked up to my TVs, but wanted to validate the games still work.  Do you guys know of anywhere I might take them to test?  I am in the Denver Metro area, and the various retro gaming shops I've called so far have been a bust.

 

Iteratively,

 

boognish523

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The best way is to hook up your system, there are a few way to hook up an old system to a new TV.

https://atariage.com/howto/connect.html

You may have to scan for analogue channels.

 

If you get just a black screen on a game, try another til you get a picture, the black screen game may just need to be cleaned.

https://atariage.com/howto/clean_cartridges.html

 

It appears you want to determine that they work to sell them. list as "untested" and let the market determine the value (these games are pretty robust and probably still work)

 

 

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