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You'll have to change the video cable of PS2..........(their is just one data cable of video and audio both that has three connectors for TVs socket )the problem is with your cable only.........it might had been damaged but still some how play sound and video to some extent.Their is some thing else i want to tell you......i had faced this problem myself.............and i did just what i told you after that it was OK...........!!!
There is no way to switch this back and forth, if the rca jacks work and the fr jack doesnot there is a problem extending from the game unit itself which works on a certain amount electrical current to maintain signal which is not required for digital/rca. check your rca connections, if they work then your problem is in the rf converter and it should be replaced and or just purchase a cheap switching unit that splits between the rf and the rca on channels 3 or 4. Good Luck and let me know what happens.
try a different av cord.yellow,red,white cord or what ever cord that goes to your tv.sometimes the cord gets broke where the audio is at and sometimes the system has a setting where it won't project sound
If you have game cube games you may want to try them as well. If it plays the game cube games but not the wii games it sounds like the sensor inside is bad and you will need to contact nintendo so they can fix the sensor.
I do not think i fully understand your problem, do you have a game boy, the hand held system? or larger Gamecube? If it is the small game boy, You do not hook it to your system. there is an adapter that fits in the Super Nintendo System that will hold and Play game boy games. It is called Super BOY.
If it is game cube and has a/v audio/video plug ends, you need a converter from Radio shack that converts those 3 colored wires to the same cable the you use for your cable input to the tv.