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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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If you have it connected properly,it probably has to do with tv station select.Do you know how when you do a channel autosearch and it picks up cable anddigital channels?Well if you go into that menu,on my tv it shows 4 different possibilities.The first set is labeled DTV,second TV,third Cable DTV,fourth Cable.You may have to switch to the plain TV option and use channel 3 or 4 in that mode,because everything else is looking for a digital input,and N64 is not digital.I used to repair Nintendos for a full time job too.If that doesn't work,I am providing a link to N64 FAQ's and it may need repair,probably the RF cable or the RF transmitter within the console.I am thinking the TV solution will work though.
Good luck and game on! Greg
http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/systems/nintendo64/index.jsp
If you have more questions,maybe about how to set up the TV,just comment here and I will get an auto email with a link.

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I had the same problem and found this answer that worked for me. Hope this does the trick for you.

Simple stated, your VCR must be set to channel 3 also. Check it out.

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  1. You must have the VCR tuned to record on channel 3.
  2. You must have the VCR connected to output signal of the DTV converter box. In other words, the converter box must be connected between the antenna and the VCR. So, the likely configuration you would use with a coaxial cable is antenna to DTV converter to VCR to TV.
  3. You must tune the DTV converter to the channel you want to record prior to recording. The VCR won't be able to change channels on the DTV converter.
  4. You will be able to use the timed record function on the VCR but you must adhere to steps 1-3.
If this sounds freakishly familiar to recording on a digital cable or satellite set-top box, you are right. It is exactly like recording a signal from a digital cable box or satellite receiver. While it may be inconvenient to perform the steps above, at least the option still exists to record on a VCR while using a DTV converter box.
Disadvantage of DTV Converter: You will lose the ability to watch one program and record another with the DTV converter. Sorry for the bad news.
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