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Nintendo won't come on the tv

I've got a nintendo64 and the games won't come up on the screen in the video function. it was brought into my house already hooked up to a tv and just needed to be plugged into electricity. you put the tv on video mode and turn on the nintendo and nothing happens. I've tried both channels 3 & 4. I've tried blowing in the game and the nintendo unit to get dust out. any suggestions?

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You might want to try this---
Does the TV you are using have an AV channel? if it does try changing the channel on your tv to AV.

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