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Autorestarting My N64 restarts in its own a lot. Any way to fix this or should I just get a new one cuz this IS an old model...11 years to be exact.

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Maybe you should check if the button is jammed in or try checking if the connection between the reset button and the inside of the nintendo are making contact with each other. try that.

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(at this point i think the guy solved the problem, but i'll post this for anyone with the same problem)

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I have (hopefully "had") the same problem.

A few months ago I opened my N64 and cleaned it all, and that wans't the solution because it keeped restarting. Today i decided to open it and remove all metal protections (they're supposed to protect the motherboard against any liquids) and right now is working like the old days, it's been on about 2 hours and it has not restarted yet, at this point i'm sure the console was overheating.

Note that if you remove these metal protections you need to be more careful with your console because the motherboard won't be protected anymore against liquids.

Remember that these days no one is giving you even 10 dollars for your N64, so you can open it fearless... even you can't ruin it anymore ;)

Good luck!

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