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First thing to go is try a different television and a different video cable if still no picture is displayed on television (screen is blank) You seem to have a problem with the video output from your nintendo wii.
NO PICTURE 1 Turn your television to the correct video input channel. For many televisions, you can press the "Input" button until you see the Wii start up screen.
2 Ensure the power cord is securely plugged into the DC jack on the Wii and the opposite end is plugged into a working electrical outlet. Press the "Power" button on the Wii and wait for the indicator light to turn blue.
3 Secure all of the Wii component cables to the "Video In" jacks on the television. In addition, make sure the opposite end of the wire is fully plugged into the Wii.
One annoying thing about the Nintendo Wii is that there is no way to reset the video settings once you have changed them in the Nintendo Wii System Menu.
It will not detect which cables you are trying to use and just tries to use the last settings that you set it to.
So, if you have changed your Nintendo Wii from using the regular cables that came with the system to using component cables, then switch back to a TV using regular RCA cables (these are the yellow, red and white cables) then you need to reset the settings on your Nintendo Wii to the default video settings.
You can reset your Nintendo Wii video settings to use Composite (or RCA - Yellow, Red and White) cables by doing the following:
1. Make sure the Nintendo Wii is powered off and a red light is showing.
2. With the power off, unplug the video cables from the back of the Nintendo Wii, leave them plugged into your TV (these should be the RCA/Composite cables)
3. Press the Power button on the front of Nintendo Wii. Make sure the cables are still unplugged.
4. Keep the Nintendo Wii powered on and plug your cables back into it with it still running.
5. If all went well, the picture should appear normally now.
6. Once the picture has reappeared, you should go into the Nintendo Wii Menu (the Wii button in the bottom left hand corner) and change the display back to 480i to make the changes permanent.
Maybe the audio.video component cables are damaged/not plugged in properly or the Wii is not transferring audio/video at all. Send it to Nintendo repair, they do an excellent job and you'll get your system back usually within 2 weeks.
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!