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2 different ways to hook up a n64 1 way is 3 cables 1st white 1 yellow 1 red used for n64 gamecube and super nintendo systems. 2nd way and the way mine is hooked up it is like a plug for cable but for n64 / gamecube only mine is from madcatz
There might be another phone off the hook. Check all phones and jacks by removing phone plug from wall jack one at a time and check for dial tone after each one if there is no dial tone plug back in and move to next phone I would try to remove cordless phone first (the cordless phone hub) By the way you only have to remove phone jack data wire not 110 vac power . Hope that helps
Do you get audio out of the stereo jack? Do you have the proper antenna with TWO leads for TERR and SAT ? It could also be as simple as your antenna alignment not being to the SW, or you could have had a local repeater get shutdown. Also, this radio is several years old (designed in 2001) and could be 'shot' already from heat damage as these get really hot. I would try the radio in the car with a car antenna perched on the roof and see if it works; if it does, then it's your antenna alignment. Good luck my friend and report back please.
Call a good TV Tech and tell him your TV's Tuner is not working. He can then give you an accurate estimate to repair by phone.There is likely an open resistor / fuse that is not letting power get to the Tuners. That is a 31 volt DC power line to the Tuners.
No you dont need cable the game consoles can hook right to the t.v. Try hitting t.v video and seeing if its on another video channel. also make sure all of the rca jacks are hooked into the in on the t.v