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I have a sanyo flat screen tv and i cant figure out how to set up my nintendo 64 with it. i have the red white and yellow wires plugged in the tv and the console is on..and the input select is on video but its just a blank screen...help!

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Do you have than one video setting-sometimes there is video one--video 2, video 3

check the back of your game and see if it says input then it goes to output on the tv or vice versa

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