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Connecting n64 using attenna cable

Hi my n64 is working properly but when i use just my antenna cable i cannot find the channel it is on how do i set this up properly and is there a problem

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Should be channel 3 or 4 and does it has a RF selector switch?

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http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/systems/nintendo64/index.jsp
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