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Video from my Wii to my tv is no longer working. It used to work fine. Audio still works. I bought a new composite cable, but it still doesn't work. I have a hitachi 42hds69 tv. Any ideas?

The video from my Wii to my hitachi 42hds69 TV is no longer working. I bought a new composite cable, but that didn't help. What else should I try?

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Try your unit on a different tv or a different unit on your tv, you will then know the problem.

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SOURCE: No video on Wii console

Go to http://www.wiierror.com/

They have solutions to yours under Misc Error link & most common problems on that website for Nintendo Wii.

Good Luck!

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SOURCE: Black and White Video - Wii Component cable

put yellow in video red and white in audio and change source to av

Posted on Jul 08, 2009

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SOURCE: When I hook-up my Wii directly to my TV have audio but no video

Fiend your solution direct from nintendo. Here is your solution....
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SOURCE: NO VIDEO problem. I have

I would buy a new video cord for the system first and if that does not work i would have somebody check out the system.

Posted on May 05, 2011

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SOURCE: Wii to Philips LCD TV

Looks like the AV port in your Philips television is busted. It's the only factor if the Wii is able to function with other tv with the same cable. You can either purchase a new television/get the one you have fixed (these will cost money) or you could just purchase an hdmi cable which doesn't use the same port so it could possibly work with your Philips television.

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