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Hooking WII to TV

Have a 65 inch HDTV, hooked 3 prong cord for WII to TV , screen on TV goes black. Called Nintendo for help they say WII should not be played on TV larger than 40 inches. Know many people have it playing on 42 and 50 inch, just dont leave it on to burn image. How am I hooking it up wrong, or is TV going black a security feature for TV.

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  • Anonymous May 03, 2009

    the wii consel has 3 wires back of tv has 5

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Check your using the correct AV channel for the connection. Try another input connector eg Scart

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