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Is it working????

Hi Guys, I just got a "working" Nintendo 64, with the game Donkey Kong, that is in fact the reason I put any money into it at all, and now that I have it hooked up to the TV, nothing. The unit powers on, the three RCA jacks are connected to the TV, and, nothing... Not even a hint that it might be working at all. In truth, I am not sure I am using the right channel on the TV (3), and not sure the TV is able to use such a device! Any clue where I should begin? Thanks guys, Kevin

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You will have to select the video channel source for the TV, usually like av1 or av2 or something like Video 1 Video 2, channel 3 only works with RF switches it wont work with RCA jacks. there should be a video source button on the remote, if you lost your remote then try pressing channel down it usually comes before channel 2, if it dont show up then you will have to press the video or source button in the remote.

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