NTSC (USA) Supply power to PAL N64?

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  1. ikds
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    Hi i heard someone peopel using a pal n64 adaptor on NTSC n64. So i can use NTSC to PAL?
     
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    PAL and NTSC power adapters will work on all N64 consoles. Just make sure the input voltage is correct; don't plug a PAL adapter to a 110V outlet or a NTSC adapter to a 230V outlet.
     
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    double check if the power adaptor input voltage is compatible before using an adapter or plug into your house...
     
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    You must use a correct brick for the local power grid, preferably licensed by Nintendo.

    N64 doesn't include any sort of travel converter.
     
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    okey becasue my power adapter (PAL) is dead but I have one console from NTSC. I Live in EU there is 230V so what i do now on NTSC is 110v so what i can do? I'am noob in this ;/ so sory for offtop
     
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