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Power plug my nintendo64 is 110volts my cousins plug it in 220volts and now it didnt work anymore..where i can bring nintendo64 to repair? is it possible to repair it?

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I think that the console got fired by now then.

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U look at the back da repair call number is 1-800-255-3700

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