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Black screen on boot

My wii boots and loads discs..and there is sound ..the wiimote does sync as well...but there is no video at all..I changed the bluetooth for a new one and changed the dvd drive motherboard...is there a bad cap or resistor??...or is this software related...I don't know the history of the console...I got it this way...there is no chip installed and no sd card...I have taken it all apart...what should I be looking for??

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This might be a bit too simple, but if you swapped out all the hardware, have you tried swapping out or purchasing a new cable?Cables can periodically go bad, or be faulty from the start, so I'd reccomend trying a new one. The HD component cable can be purchased pretty cheaply online. I personally got the NYKO component cable from amazon for pretty cheap and it works great. 

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