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N64 prob. hi i just wanted to know what could possibly be wrong with my n64, the console plays the games its just that i dont get any sound out of the unit, can anyone help???

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Hi i'm getting the same problem and it has something to do with my tv.
when tuning the tv if i put it in to one setting i get a great pic but no sound and if i change the setting on my tv i get full sound but the pic is distorted and not playable

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Could be that the A/V cable is just going bad. Have you tried playing it on any other TVs, or even just running the sound cables to a stereo?
If those don't work, then it's probably the cable. A used video game store probably has some extra ones they'll sell you.

Posted on Jul 12, 2008

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