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My nintendo 64 wont workon my tv!!

My nintendo 64 turns on but the screen stays the same.....blue,
im tyring to tune my channel frequecy thing but i need help............ANYONE!!???

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  • charliewhitb Mar 10, 2009

    Is IS! soeone saiddo a channel frquecncy thing but i dont know what frequency to tune it to

  • charliewhitb Mar 15, 2009

    My nintendo 64 turns on but the screen stays the same.....blue,
    im tyring to tune my channel frequecy thing but i need help............ANYONE!!???

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Im tryin to connect a nintendo 64 to an akura t.v but the screen stays blue and dont work!! how do you do it??? plz help

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First you must be sure that the connection on your tv is securely connected.

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