Question about Nintendo 64 Console
Try checking all of the connections. Make sure they are all as tight as possible. If that doesn't work, try seeing if its the cartridge. Try blowing compressed air into the slot of the console and the slot of the cartridge itself. If none of this works, the A/V adapter might be bad on the console and you might need a new one.
Posted on May 22, 2011
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