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well there should be an option on your remote labled either source or input. that allows you to change from the iputs on your tv. you need to know which input you plugged your wii into. if you select the option and match your tv input to where you plugged your wii into and you still have no pic.make sure your wii is powered on. as well make sure you plugged the cables in correctly. if your using componet cables its red green blue for video and red and white for audio. make sure the audio and video are not crossed that will cause pic distortion. and if your using composite cables makes sure its red yellow and white plugged into red yellow and white. yellow is for video and red and white are your audio. if all this is correct and still no pic. then it's either your wii or your TV.
If the TV says AUX it might be trying to use the S-video if you have it. Try wiggling the Yellow video input while its connected... something might be lose my neices Durabrand does this. Do you have the remote still that has the GAME button on it? If not 3 digit code 189 works for Durabrands
Does your TV have more than one A-V input ?
If so perhaps you're plugged into the wrong input.
Make sure you're coming out an output on your VCR/DVD player and going into an input A-V plug on your TV.
I've messed up like this a few times!