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There may be multiple problems with your nintendo wii if there is no picture showing your AV cable may be broke i would buy a new one if thats not it return it buy a AV cable somewhere where there is a loose return policy if this doesnt work i believe UK and Canadian electric outlets are different. And yes if none of these solutions help Canadian games can be played on a UK console. I hope this helps your problem
Buy or rent a new Wii game that is made by Nintendo and intended for use in your region
Turn on the Wii, insert the game and let it load.
Wait as the firmware checker in the video game checks that the Wii's firmware needs to be updated. If this does not happen, it means no firmware checker is on the disc and another game will have to be obtained to try it again.
Follow the directions presented onscreen when the firmware checker has finished checking. The firmware will now be updated.
Eject the video game disc when the update is done and restart the Wii.
When you turn the Wii on, and the light goes from red or orange to green, press A a few times (this would be to get through the warning/safety screen) then wait a minute. Then when you wave your remote about, you will feel it vibrating as it goes over the channel icons on the wii menu screen. Plus a blue light will be lit at the bottom of the remote to denote player 1.
If all of this happens, it is just a lead or TV input issue. If these things do NOT happen, the Wii is broke and needs fixing by Nintendo!
Also, check the refresh rate on your television an make set to be compatible. That may also cause a picture not to show up.