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My Nintendo 64 turns on, but absolutely NO feedback from the TV at all.

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When turning on my N64, the power light turns on and I have a standard AV cable hooked up, but the video will not come through on the TV.


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So you've eliminated the possibility of bad cables. Now you need to eliminate the TV and the Nintendo 64 itself.

Step 2:

For the TV, you can try another TV or make sure that you have the TV set on the right input.

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If you can't make it work on an additional TV and you have made absolutely sure that the TV is setup correctly, then you may be looking at a broken Nintendo 64.

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I am presuming that by 64 nintendo you are refering to a Nintendo 64 console (or N64 for short). to connect it to any TV you will need a N64 RFunit which is often in the back of the N64 already along with a wire that goes to a standard ariel. just connect this ariel to the ariel port in the back of you Hitachi TV and it should connect. If you have any further issues with this, feel free to e-mail me at garleet@hotmail.co.uk :)

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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...


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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my nintendo 64 does the exact same thing

all i have to do is blow into the game cartridge, and then into the slot in in the n64 itself

i usually have to do that every time i change the cartridge

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How do I plug a nintendo 64 into my tv? I have the yellow, white and red cables plugged into the front of the tv, and the 64 plugged in and turned on.


To see the game when you have it on you need to change the input setting on the tv. to do this you push tv/vidio on front of tv or the input button. You did not give tv make or model # to help you more

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My nintendo 64 wont workon my tv!!


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it's the audio cable. these might be a little harder to find becuase most trade-in stores like Microplay want to sell you a whole new system AND cables. http://www.microplay.com/home.aspx try e-mailing them and look at a store locater so you can find the one closest to you and ask them about it.

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First try to be absolutely sure that the TV input jack is not the problem. Try hooking up the N64 to a different TV, or you could try to wiggle (gently) the connector to the input jack.

I have two of these N64's that the kids play with, and had the exact same problem. The input jack is loose on our TV, and we had to tape the wires at a certain angle to keep the connection!

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