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Gameplay and image are fine, but there is no sound

When i turn on the N64, the image shows up perfectly, and I can still play all of my games, but there is no sound

I have tried this with multiple games and different cords, any other way to remedy this besides getting a new system?


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  • Anonymous Apr 01, 2009

    I have the same problem but I can hear it if I turn my tv up all the way. although it is still distorted. This happens with multiple cords and games and tv's.
    I thought about taking it to get it fixed there is a place near me that will do it. check to see if there is somewhere near u that will fix it.

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It is on mute or your speakers are not plugged in

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