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WON'T WORK!!! JUST GOT THE NINTENDO 64. HOOKED IT UP. I'M NOT GETTING ANYTHING ON MY TV. WHAT AM I DOING WRONG? CONNECT ALL CORDS WHERE THEY ARE SUPPOSE TO GO. PLEASE HELP!!!!

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  • campbell5 Feb 09, 2009

    I bought this N64 on Ebay and it worked for two days. I'm wondering if maybe the cables are bad?

  • klaman Feb 20, 2009

    it works for me but it is blue and wave and i cant play cant see it that good

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Well you can use a gamecube cord and see if its the cords and try blowing dust out of the hook ups

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Check to make sure it was on line 1, 2, or 3(depending on TV it could be VIDEO 1, 2 and FRONT or input 1, 2)

Also the game could need to be cleaned as well as the system, a dirty game will not play.

Posted on Feb 03, 2009

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