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Nintendo64 my nintendo64 is 110volts then my cousin plug it in 220volts, now it doesnt work anymore.. where can i bring this to repair? is it possible to repair because of what happened?

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Posted on May 09, 2008

Time for another one, You probably fried the mainboard.

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