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Buttons not working in "fighting force 64"

In my n64 buttons are not working in "figting force 64" game. I can't grab,run and adjust camera but i can punch & kick in this game. Buttons are working in all games. plz help

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Blow in to the controller plug in a couple of times and see if it works

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