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AC Adaptor (N64)
Name: AC Adaptor (N64)
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$13.99
Manufacturer Name: Nintendo




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  • Description
    This is the box that inserts into the back of the Nintendo 64 and connects to any 110 volt power outlet. Note: The Nintendo 64 AC Adapter has a built-in circuit breaker. A tripped circuit breaker can be reset by unplugging the AC adapter from the wall outlet for at least 30 seconds.

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    Did you misplace or destroy the AC power adapter to your Nintendo 64? Don't stare at a blank TV hoping the piece will replace itself. The Nintendo 64 AC Power Adapter gives you plenty of power to play any Nintendo 64 games. The Nintendo 64 AC Adapter works also worldwide thanks to its dual voltage feature, so you can take your Nintendo 64 anywhere without buying expensive power converters.