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Health and Safety screen is not showing.

When i open my Wii. My TV say: No connection detected. So i can't play it. Everything is plugged well. I can't send it to nintendo... it has a modchip in it. What to do!?

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  • tarkkanix May 16, 2009

    It his connected with the 3 colors cable. Directly in the TV.

  • tarkkanix May 17, 2009

    It is plugged well i'm not idiot :P

  • tarkkanix May 18, 2009

    Yes. Like the day it was before. 

  • tarkkanix May 20, 2009

    Yes it was before.

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    fplqnewc May 11, 2010

    So you installed the modchip and now there is "No connection detected" on the TV? Did it ever work with the modchip?

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    fplqnewc May 11, 2010

    My apologies for not phrasing my question well, I am just gathering information to see if I can help. I was referring to the different modes that your television can be in. When the television mode is on TV it uses the coax cable but when it is in mode Video1 or Video2 it uses the 3 color cable. The different modes can usually be accessed by the remote but also from a menu button on the television. Have you checked these yet?

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    fplqnewc May 11, 2010

    What about the TV, is it set to either Video1 or Video2 (depending on which input you have plugged into)?

  • fplqnewc
    fplqnewc May 11, 2010

    Are you going through Video connections or coax?

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I have done some review with a lot of the Wii problems and I don't think it is the modchip that is causing the problem.  There are many reported problems with unexpected failures of the Wii.  If you haven't already tried to, I recommend unplugging all the cables from the back of the Wii. let it set for about 10 minutes.  Then, plug in the power cord and the video cable to the tv and see if you get a picture.
I had to do this to ours after it wouldn't respond after a lightening storm.  We lost power, but after the power came back on the Wii wouldn't even turn on.  I thought it was damaged and was going to send it back.  We tried unplugging everything as I said above and it started working just fine after that.

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