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Picture and audio for nintendo 64

My nintendo 64 was sort of broken for a little bit because I always able to get the video and audio to come through by jiggling the video cable right where it connects to the nintendo. Now not even that works. Help me please?

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Re: Picture and audio for nintendo 64

Does it plug ino the antenna plug or red/white/yellowPlug?

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Your game itself could be the issue. To clean its data contact points, put your mouth near it and suck air in. This removes dust from inside. Now, if it still doesn't work, get some nail polish remover and a Q-tip, and scrub at blackish-colored spots until they fade away a bit. (This solution works with GameBoy/DS as well.)
Your console is outdated. It was released in the 90's; it's possible that it's just falling because it's old, especially if children played a little rough with it. It's frustrating, especially since your warranty is definitely void and Nintendo can't replace your console, but sometimes these things happen.

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