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My nintendo light comes on but the screen stays blank

My nintendo 64 light comes on but the screen stays blank

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  • ftbllkid1 Nov 09, 2008

    i hadnt played mine in a while, pulled it out, turned it on, and it worked once but i forgot to put the controller in, so i turned it off and put it in, turned it back on but the screen stays blank, even though the red light is on....im guessing its either something wrong with the cords or internal..?

  • danielyong_ Nov 22, 2008

    hey man ive got the same problem, what do they mean by the control deck which part is that LOL ??
    Sorry for sounding like a *******...



  • Anonymous Dec 05, 2008

    poop

  • Anonymous Dec 05, 2008

    fuckin a just bought this 64 used it for 10 days, played for too long and now it wont turn back on

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I bought a used Nintendo64 on EBAY. I plugged Donkey Kong 64 into it, and screen stayed black, although the power light was on. I discovered that you need a memory expansion pak for Donkey Kong 64. AND, I cleaned the game contacts with a q-tip and rubbing alcohol, then wiped with my clean handkerchief. The TV screen did indeed then state that I needed the expansion pak as previously stated. SO, I received my Super Mario 64. I inserted it, turned console on, and voila, nothing but black screen. SOOOO, I took out my trusty q-tip and rubbing alcohol, cleaned the game, wiped dry with hanky, inserted game, turned on system........................and it works. Try cleaning game carefully with q-tip and wipe dry, then insert game and try it. It worked for me. Thanks

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Clean the control deck and the cartridges. Check the input cable to the TV.
Hope this helped :)

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