Question about Nintendo Wii Console
Check your video inputs on your TV to make sure they are working then try a known working Wii audio/video cable. If still no video try changing your TV resolution if possible to match the Wii video input resolution. If still no video then you may have a dead Wii motherboard.
Posted on Jan 16, 2013
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itself away from the board. This will require you to disassemble.......
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