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Last time i used my 64 was five years ago and it worked fine today i tried to turn it on today and no power {red light} light. any ideas??? can i do something at home to fix this? i love my 64 please help!!!!!

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Well it might just be the fact that it has died on you and is dead by now too.

Posted on Mar 19, 2012

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SOURCE: My Nintendo 64 Console stopped working

Make sure your cables are tight... take a q-tip with a little rubbing alchol and apply to game cartidge and inside the N64 where the cartridge fits in... wait until it drys (only about 5 minutes) and then try it. Sounds like it's just dirty:)

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SOURCE: my wii will not turn on

try syncing the wii and the remotes. there is a small red button on the wii covered by a small door. and as for the wii remote, there is a small red button where the batteries are located. hold them down for at least 10 seconds i would say and then try turning it on. good luck.

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SOURCE: My nintendo 64 has power ( Meaning the red light

Maybe your av cable is damaged or not plugged in firmly. Try unplugging the av cable and reinserting it on both ends. If that doesn't work I suggest rubbing a damp paper towel over the contacts of the game cartridge.

Posted on Jun 13, 2010

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SOURCE: nintendo 64 turns on red power light comes on but

Try replacing the video cable. If that does not work, see if you can purchase a replacement video cable for the N64

Posted on Sep 25, 2010

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SOURCE: My wii will not turn

hi have you tried doing this
1 remove the mains lead from back of wii, and also unplug from mains leave both ends disconnected then leave it for at least 10 min then after this time plug both ends back in and give it a try, doing this resets the power brick and usually solves the problem.

let me know how you get on or if you still have the problem after trying this

make sure its not plugged into the wall socket and also the back of the wii you need to have both ends free so the power brick can reset itself ok

please rate this solution, thanks

Posted on Dec 19, 2010

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