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Could have a bad cable. If its a coaxial cable, it should display over channel 3 or 4. Check you TV settings, might need to change the broadcast option(Digital/Analog). Or get an rca cord(red/white/yellow connectors) if your TV takes composite/component inputs. Good luck.
Can I connect my Nintendo to my Cable Box, my DVD, or my VCP (video cassette player)? Your Nintendo system requires AV inputs to work. These products do not provide inputs. Connecting to them is not possible. Unless you get a blue plug for it to work then with the connection then.
If connecting by co axial or aerial type connection then you will have to tune in a channel using either manual or automatic tuner on the TV. It would be better/simpler if you had phono or scart connections from the nintendo
Probably so, if the video cables match up color wise then you should be ok there. Try changing the INPUT / SOURCE on the TV. Look for a button on the remote that says that and try different modes and inputs there. If you can't find that button try going to channel 2 on the TV and then going DOWN in channels with the the channel + - button.