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Bust-A-Move 2 Arcade Edition Video N64 Problem

I've cleaned my cartridge with q-tips. The game works fine and everything works until the game itself actually starts. Then the screen goes blank. I can still hear the sound. When the round ends and it counts down to the Game Over screen the video returns. Is there anything I can do to fix it?

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Maybe you r cleaning it to much you should stop this and check out if the conectors that go to the tv r maybe damaged or something you should check out wats the problem.

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