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I have a nintendo 64 and i cant figure out how to connect the rfu adapter i have to the tv. i dont know which cords go where.

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Most if nto all RFU conenct to the coaxle connection on you tv.
If you have a newer tv monitor many do not have coaxle conenctions anymore only RCA/HDMI/C-RCA if this is the case on your tv you'll need to

#1 get rca wires for your 64 (easy cheaper)
#2 get a rf to rca converter (harder more expensive)

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