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Yamaha RX-V463 component hook ups

I have an RX-V463 and can connect with composite and HDMI but when I connect using component (VCR and WII), I only get audio (no video). I can connect these conponents to my sony LCD directly
with no problem and the manual is no help (been through all of the on screen menus as well)

Any help?

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This receiver does not have video conversion capabilities. In the owners manual it mentions this. So HD in = HD out. Analog in = analog out on the video portion

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