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    Connecting Nintendo 64 to Philips PFL6636 (Cinch/Scart)

    When i connect my Nintendo 64 (Cinch cable) to my pfl6636 by scart adapter, i get no signal at all from the ext. source.

    When i put the yellow video calbe of the cinch calbe into the ypbpr (y in this case), i get the black-white screen, so the calbe is obviously working. Any idea how I can make that Nintendo run?

    Thank you very much

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    Hi

    what other Devices have you tested on the TV via Scart?

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