Question about Nintendo 64 Console
I just dusted off my old n64 and it seems that this is reasonably common for systems that have been sitting for awhile. Be sure to clean the contacts on the game and in the system so that they can make a good connection. It seems like the n64 will make an attempt to start the game and if it can't it'll just send out an unusable signal or no signal at all. A little TLC fixed this right up.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
Great clarification Nisha...
As with many other problems like this, check the input cable. it could be busted, and need to be replaced. Clean the contacts in the control deck, and in the cartridges.
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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