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Works perfectly but there is no sound to my Nintendo 64. people say check the yellow white and red cords but nintendo 64 desnt have those...

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Find the cable that connects the N64 and the TV. Unplug both ends. Turn off the console. Plug in the console end of the cord. On the TV side of the cord, look at the colors of the plastic and the holes on the TV. Match these up and plug them in.

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Just follow these steps and you will be playing your Nintendo 64 in no time at all.
  1. Set your Nintendo 64 in it's desired location
  2. Plug the power cord into the back of your console
  3. Plug the other end of the power cord into an electrical outlet
  4. Plug the AV cable into the back of your Nintendo 64 system
  5. On the back of your VCR find 3 cable sockets colored red white and yellow
  6. Plug the the red plug of the AV cable into the red socket
  7. Plug the the white plug of the AV cable into the white socket
  8. Plug the the yellow plug of the AV cable into the yellow socket
  9. Plug your Nintendo 64 controller into the front of your console
  10. Place your game into the game cartage slot
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If you encounter any problems at all feel free to comment on this solution so that I can further assist you.

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Do you have all the cords.

You will need to simply plug in the power cord to the wall and then plug in the AV (red, white, yellow) cords to your Television.

You may need to select the input for the TV to RCA.

Good luck.

The power switch is located on the top of the console.

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Wow, the classic Nintendo 64. That was my first gaming system. I do know that the 64 has default RCA cords (Red, Yellow, White). They are required to be inputed into your TV. Make sure the 64 is plugged into a power source and that it turns on. Make sure that your game actually works. Clean out your 64 by using a can of compressed air, do the same to your game.

Finally try to start it up.

If I helped in any way please rate me and help me out.

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The Nintendo 64 sends out a signal that can only be properly decoded by old CRT TV's

Those Bravia TV's are the God's TV's even if they did work on it I wouldn't recommend it because it would most definitely eventually ruin the life span of your TV.

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