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N64 stopped working pleasee help

Okay the other day i was playing zelda and it was working just fine.
now all of a sudden it wont work..
the red power light wont even come on.

i checked the cord to see if anything looked wrong
and i found nothing.

help

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  • shadowblad34 Apr 16, 2009

    same problem just now. It is probably dead now. you should just buy a new one but they do cost a fair bit as they are still one of the best consoles so it is worth it

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Had the same prob just buy another one. it is worth it. they are still a very good games console

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