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I cant figure out how to run it through my dvd player

I cannot get my dvd player hooked up to my nintendo wii.

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You should not be able to, the Wii has a mini disc player and is not compatible with any DVD player. The DVD player should have two plugs on it, one to the wall input and one with yellow and red input jacks if you don't have a AV in-put out-put connection on your TV then you need a adapter for to TV for the DVD player.

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