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Wii connection when we connect the wii to tv, we hear sound but no picture on channel 2, which is where the games usually work.  The picture connection seems to be off, or not working

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Just go into Input assignment menu and click YES to game, then hit the device menu, the game option should show up

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Try a replacement cable, check also that the TV input is set on the right channel.

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    If you are getting sound, then the input channel should be OK, try giving a full round of your TV input channels , just in case.

    The problem looks more like being caused by a bad cable or connection.

    Check the cables at the back of the TV, if you cannot fix this by moving the cable , get a replacement cable.

    If you get the same problem and does not depend on the cable, then the Wii video adapter circuit is faulty, in this case call the Nintendo service number listed on the owner manual to get the console fixed or replaced.


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