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My N64 has always worked. But recently it has not been sending a signal to my TV. The red light turns on to show that it is on, But my screen remains black with no picture nor sound. I have tried resetting it and putting the cables in and out but it still doesn't send a signal.

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IT IS GONE. MY ADVICE IS TO BUY NEW ONE. THE GRAPHIC CARD HAS GONE BAD.
YOU CAN BUY NEW MOTHERBOARD AND REPLACE IT WITH THE OLD ONE THEN IT WILL WORK FINE AGAIN.



step by step
http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Repair/Repairing-Nintendo-64-Motherboard/1608/1
http://ifixit.com/pdf/ifixit/guide_1608_en.pdf



PLEASE RATE IF THIS HELPED YOU

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