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1. Posted: Tue 11th Jun 2013 02:56 BST
So, I bought an N64 and plugged all the plugs in as needed. Then, after turning on the system the TV produced no video of the game I was going to play. I have tried with several games and have used alcohol on the cartridges which I read can make cartridges work. Please give me suggestions on how to make the system work. Everything was new and the n64 was refurbished but there is no rumble pack which I dont believe affects the system.
Thank you for your help.
2. Posted: Tue 11th Jun 2013 11:33 BST
-Is your TV an old TV? If so turn it to Channel 3/4. Use rubbing alcohol on the N64 cartridge connector.
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3. Posted: Tue 11th Jun 2013 17:55 BST
The cartridge connecter? The inside of the n64 correct? The TV's I have work with other systems including Xbox 360, PS2, and the Wii. I dont believe the TV is a problem.
4. Posted: Tue 11th Jun 2013 18:03 BST
Attempted to do what you suggested and nothing happened.
5. Posted: Mon 17th Jun 2013 20:53 BST
Clean the N64 connector cartridge slot. And some old consoles wont work on newer TVs.
6. Posted: Mon 17th Jun 2013 20:58 BST
you need to find a old cheap tv that still have tape player on it i no for sure it will work...
Edited on Mon 17th June, 2013 @ 21:00 by Mr_Trill_281
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7. Posted: Mon 17th Jun 2013 20:59 BST
Is there a way you can hook it up to another TV say like at a friends house or another TV in your house? That would eliminate the TV as the problem. Also as long as you use the right hook ups to connect to your TV, old consoles will work on newer TVs. They just wont look as good and you will suffer from lag but others you should be getting something.
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