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No sound hooked up to multi tv's same problem

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I would double-check to make sure the connection on the back of the Wii is securely on, and then make sure your TV is set to the correct input. On my TV, if I don't set it to the correct input, I might get video but no audio and vice versa. Some of the inputs are shared between channels... it's hard to explain. Make sure your connections are all in the same input, then cycle through your inputs. Also, make sure your Wii is doing something that makes sound. The intro screen with the warning message has no sound.

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