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N64 AV port loose, does not work

I bought an N64 recently and cannot get it to work. I have a game in, power supply works fine, but av cable seems loose in it. Switched av cables still get nothing. Not even sound. Also can't find someone to repair.

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  • b4by2gurl Feb 19, 2010

    I have the same problem. We plug the right cords into the right places. The adapter, we plug in the N64 then we plug the big cord into the socket. The light on the N64 works. We also plugged in the yellow, red, and white cords in the right places on the television. We also tried the Video Cassette Player. We see no game on the television. We push in the game hard to force it to work. One N64 has a penny in it. The other N64 I expected to work. Still nothing! Can we get help on this problem please?

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Just got out my n64 and the power works fine but the av cord seem loose at the part that connects to the system. tries another cord and still doesn't work. how do i fix it?

Posted on Feb 15, 2010

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Push in harder if does not work blow out socket alternatively, contact nintendo

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    push in harder if does not work blow out socket alternatively, contact nintendo

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