There are multiple scratches and scuffs on the stand and one small scratch/chip on the bottom of the monitor screen. There are 2 missing small bump type legs on the bottom of the stand to help level.
The SNES kiosk console powers up with the red light as seen and the monitor powers up as seen in the pictures with green light and lines on monitor. The original demo cord is there (red and white cord).
The fluorescent light with red cover on top of the unit powers up also and looks great when lit up. The monitor has 2 knobs for adjustment on the top left side, but only 1 knob seems to adjust brightness. I'm not sure what the other knob does.
There are lines on the monitor (see last picture) when powered up (not sure if normal or not). I have not been able to get the console to show the game that came with it (Revolution X) when I bought it on the monitor. I'm not sure how to tell if this was an original demo cartridge or not (if you know let me know). I'm not sure what is wrong or if a cord is missing to make the console work with the monitor? There is an RF out port and 3 ports that looks like audio/visual type ports in the back of the base that are not hooked up and missing the cords.
The key that opens up the base is missing. The SNES console is faded and yellowed somewhat. The monitor screen has some light burn in that appears to say Super Mario something. The bottom of the base is stained from what appears to be moisture from leaving stored on unsealed concrete.The stand has scrapes and scratches. I do not see any broken plastic pieces on the stand. If you need any additional photos please ask. If you have any questions please ask and I'll do my best to answer. What you see is what you get on this unit. It is not perfect, but it is very rare.
I tried a different Super Nintendo game and still cannot get the game to display on screen and there is no audio. I do hear the speakers built in on the super Nintendo red light making a small popping noise when going from power on to power off back and forth. I also bought a SNES AV cable and could not get the game to display or any audio. I hooked it up to what appears to be some type of AV board connections on the base located behind where the console sits.
I will continue to see if I can fix, but I will be also now be including the SNES AV cable and used SNES WWF Royal Rumble game. The item "SUPER NINTENDO KIOSK, STORE DISPLAY, VINTAGE NINTENDO, SNES, RARE" is in sale since Tuesday, December 31, 2019. This item is in the category "Video Games & Consoles\Video Game Merchandise". The seller is "buyit4any1" and is located in Dothan, Alabama. This item can't be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.