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Diagonal lines Hello, I bought a used Nintendo 64 recently. It works , but my screen has diagonal lines running through it like some kind of interference. Is there anything I can do to get an interference free picture? Thank You Nola Powers nolarose26@comcast,net

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  • nolarose Feb 26, 2008

    nesfixxa400, No I am not using a rf switch. Thanks Nola Powers

  • anonymous anonymous May 11, 2010

    are you using an rf switch?

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Well it sounds like that thers and internal issue with the console for this to happen like a harware issue then.

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