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Cant get nintendo 64 hooked up to flat screen

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I don't use RYW cords for the Nintendo 64,I don't have enough splitters and both my wii and ps2 are hooked up in the AV.So I hook it up to my cable box.

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Wow, the classic Nintendo 64. That was my first gaming system. I do know that the 64 has default RCA cords (Red, Yellow, White). They are required to be inputed into your TV. Make sure the 64 is plugged into a power source and that it turns on. Make sure that your game actually works. Clean out your 64 by using a can of compressed air, do the same to your game.

Finally try to start it up.

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