To me this is an easy problem to fix...the problem is the blue tooth module is knackered, you could replace this yourself but warning not for the faint hearted...
Replace the module and you will get video/sound and the wii remote will sync again, for instructions feel free to email me firstname.lastname@example.org also I do offer a repair service cheaper than nintendo which is guarenteed to work ..interested email me..but you can do it yourself remember bluetooth module is the answer..
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The flashing green light is likely indicative of a self-test failure, indicating the TV has detected some sort of internal fault. With no picture or sound, one strong suspect is the power supply. Flat-panel TV's have an internal DC power supply that converts the inbound AC current, and when these fail, or are unable to supply a minimum level of power to the set, it can behave as you describe, providing only enough power for the green light to illuminate.
Your TV has two sets of AV inputs. One on the side and one at the back. The Wii has a 3RCA cable ( Yellow / Red & White ) . Connect these jacks to the corresponding color sockets on the side input of your TV. Select that input on the TV and your Wii sound and picture should come on. For the DVD player you have to get a 5 RCA component cable. This cable will have 5 colored jacks, connect the White & Red to the Audio in of the TV and then connect the Red/Blue/Green jacks to the component video input of the TV.Do the same at the DVD's end also. Setect that source on the TV and you should hear the DVD sound and picture.
Assuming you are using the standard Wii cable which has a red, white and yellow connector, you should connect them to the yellow, red and white connectors on the back. They should be together. The red, green and blue that are bundled togehter are component inputs for hd.
Most likely you have capacitors in the power supply that have dried out or as we say vented. If your handy and want to replace the power supply I suggest " Shopjimmy.com ". If not, then take into your local service center for an estimate first.
Should have been 3300 UF 10V caps that were bad? Shouls have been replaced with 3300UF 18V. 50V is huge. If it was replaced with a 50 the polarity may be wrong or the cap it too big to be seated property. Sometimes the caps just dry out and even a normal looking one will be the culprit of no OSD. Are you getting an LED fault code blinking? That should be a red led. Do you hear the relay clicking.? When you replaced the caps did you charge them? Just plugging in the set without trying to power it on for about 20-30 mins. I may be able to help you
That would be my solution. The trouble is either in the box or your connecting cables. Verify this by connecting the cable directly to the set. Then try a new set of connecting cables, or call the cable provider to replace the box.