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Problems connecting an N64 to an HDTV
The TV is an Insignia NS-19LD120A13. The TV doesn't display anything when the N64 is connected and powered on with a cartridge (I tried all the input options, each one displays no signal). I Googled ...
Dec 23 '12 at 11:57
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