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We haven't used our wii a few months and now the color is so bright we can't play it. Our our game systems and our regular tv color settings are fine though. What can we do to fix this?

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  • Kami Caldwell
    Kami Caldwell Nov 29, 2014

    we have checked all of the cords and everything is plugged in all the way.

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This is generally a setting limited to the television itself. Most TV's these days permit varied settings from one input device to the next. Therefore, every other device can appear the same while another may not. My guess would be that someone inadvertently modified the settings while the system was off. If they were only looking at a black screen, then the "brightness" would not be so apparent as it increased.

I recommend resetting the default video settings for your AV input connection (unless the Wii is input via another method).

Posted on Nov 30, 2014

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  • Kami Caldwell
    Kami Caldwell Dec 01, 2014

    Our Tv while a newer one is still about 5 years old and we can not adjust the settings different for the different inputs. Thanks for the idea though and we did try to see if there was a way to do that.

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    Kevin Piatt Dec 01, 2014

    Sorry to lead you down to a dead end.

  • Kevin Piatt
    Kevin Piatt Dec 01, 2014

    Sorry to lead you down a dead end. I have a couple of questions for trouble shooting purposes. First, have you connected the console to another television to see if you are experiencing the same results? This would clearly point out the culprit. The second question is what are the make and model of the television? Perhaps we can still identify the issue.

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