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My Game Shark for N64 used to work but i hadn't used it it quite some time...and I tried using it yesterday and now It doesn't work what do I do to repair it?

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    Josh Whitehead May 23, 2016

    Clean game shark and games with isoprohol alcohol with q-tip will remedy problem..good luck

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Clean games if don't work..clean both sides n64 game shark..with q tip and rubbing isoprohol alcohol...then will work..

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Blow in the console were there game go and blow the game or clean the tips of the game with voka wipes

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