Question about Nintendo 64 Console
Posted by Anonymous on
The AV cords (Yellow, White, Red plugs) for the 64 were built in a very annoying way. When you plug them in, nothing happens. To fix this, be sure to screw the AV cords in further into the hole until it won't go further. Make sure your screwing it in, and not out. make sure your TV is set to the channel of the AV cords, and turn it on. It should work, but if not, the cartridge is dusty and all you gotta do is blow on it. Do that, and make sure to push it in hard. Doesn't usually work the first time, but keep doing it over and over till it does work. Blowing is the only way to get it off. I've never tried compressed air and don't know the results. Could be dangerous. Blowing causes moisture damage to your game however the damage caused amounts to about 0.000000000000000000000000000000001. Yeah. It really wont hurt it. Either that, or don't play. That's what i tell my friends who warn me not to blow. Also, are you playing games who REQUIRE an expansion pak, for example, donkey kong 64 and majoras mask? Also, water will kill your cartridge. The inner tech of the cartridge is metal. Metal rusts. Rust damages. Water causes rust. Hope this helps.
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