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Greetings bonebayhon,

Depends on what type of connections your television currently has. Most likely you will want to use an A/V selector to utilize the connections on your television. The best type of connection a Nintendo 64 has is S-video.

I hope this helps!

Dorothy
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you have to make sure that the N64 output cables EXACTLY MATCH the input cables on the tv. red goes to plain red, white goes to plain white, ETC., make sure that the TV input mode is the right one.

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  2. Plug the power cord into the back of your console
  3. Plug the other end of the power cord into an electrical outlet
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Greetings bonebayhon,

Depends on what type of connections your television currently has. Most likely you will want to use an A/V selector to utilize the connections on your television. The best type of connection a Nintendo 64 has is S-video.

I hope this helps!

Dorothy
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