Question about Nintendo GameCube Console
You're using an RF cable I assume.. perhaps buying a composite cable (http://www.mod-chip.com) might solve the problem... I hope the AV output of the GameCube is still intact, as by nature, being an electronic, is able to short circuit by a bad movement seldom... if the Composite cable won't work, you might have to send the machine to Nintendo to fix it up for you...
Posted on Jun 17, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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