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N64 Connections the yellow chord of the 3 colored chords isnt working. you can hear the music but you cant see it. i need to know how to fix that yellow chord.

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  • egorho Jan 19, 2009

    I had the same problem and I bought no AV cords BUT I still can't see the picture. I hear the sound but no picture. I even tried my Monster Cable Cords from the Nintendo Cube but they didn't work at all. What could be the problem with the Video, why the picture will not show?

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    dolawren Jan 20, 2009

    I have the same problem, I even bought new cables and it still won't display the video. I also tried it on another T.V. and it still wouldn't work.
    Looks like this console is going in the trash and I'll have to buy another one.

  • dm_barrera
    dm_barrera Jan 25, 2009

    I fixed my problem temporarily. I connected everything in and then i jiggled the yellow cord around where i connected it. after a while i started to see a picture so i kept jiggling it until i got a clear picture and left it alone without moving it. the only problem was that the slightest movement to the yellow cord's position made the picture go away. and if i disconnected the yellow cord i had to go through the process all over again.

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The solution for me was to buy a second hand console from an eBay store, Found that my old console was dead, I suspect it's the connection inside that is at fault. The new console that I bought works perfectly with the old nintendo 64 console cable, So it wasn't the old cable that was at fault.

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You will have to buy a new cable... there really isnt a fix for a/v cables. with shipping and handling they are like 6 bucks on ebay... Im sure you can also find them at a local electronics store... maybe not quite as cheap though..... sorry there isnt a fix for this... but this is definately the solution :D ... Good luck :D.... Please rate well! :) if you have anymore questions, feel free to ask!

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