Question about Nintendo 64 Console
The official answer from Nintendo is to clean across them with a cotton swab and alcohol to remove the dust when they don't work. But, this was a common problem on the N64 and the common solution for most of us that grew up with them was to take the cartridge and blow across it like a harmonica then just cram it back into the N64. Usually worked fine.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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