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My video in jack will not work?

I plug in my Nintendo Wii to the video in jack and the picture don't show. My audio ins' work I can hear sound, but the picture don't show. I got it on the right channel on the DVD which is L1.

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I had to goto setup and change the setting from s-video to video

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