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Nintendo Trying to hook up an N64 with this model. When I plug in the yellow, white and red cords nothing happens. Just stays on a fuzzy screen. Please help! :(

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  • Kates1987 Nov 29, 2007

    I don't have the remote. Does game mode have anything to do with this or no? There is an area in the front of the tv to plug in a white and yellow cord. When I try the Nintendo cords on my other tv it works ok. Maybe I don't have it on the right channel? I'm very lost :(. lol

  • Kates1987 Nov 29, 2007

    Oooh. Ok. I figured that's what it was. Thanks so much for your help! :)

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Make sure theese input decives are allowed on this t.v. by going to the t.v. options, it should be optional to put them on, if this still doesn't work you could go to the back of your T.V. and switch the t.v. cords with your Nintendo cords

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  • Anonymous Nov 29, 2007

    Aha! the channel is VERY important, Not to sure about this model, but most of them you turn it on 00 or AUX Some t.v.s such as my kitchen t.v. require a remote to press "Game" You could buy a remote, or contact your seller to see what channel.

  • Anonymous Nov 29, 2007

    You're welcome!

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