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HelloThe remote controls for Yamaha are very difficult to get from open electronic spare part market; and is very difficult to synchronise with other universal remote controls. Even though it can be synchronised with any universal remote controls, all functions will not work properly.So it is best to get an orginal one. Contact the Authorised Service Center for Yamaha at your town. They can provide you the orginal one. The cost will be a little bit more, but original is original. OK.
Check all the leads from the Wii to the TV and make sure they are not loose or broken. Also check the regional settings in the settings menu and make sure its set to your area. If your TV has component inputs make sure you have a Wii component cable or you could
buy a Wii RGB Scart cable if you only have a spare scart input. If you
turn on the Wii press menu on your TV and alter the AV settings. For example, change the setting to composite opposed to RGB. Also check your Wii
settings and change them to be in parallel with the TV settings.
There will be different models of optical drives, depending on what version Wii you have so make sure you check on the websites for instructions on how to check which laser you need.
I would suggest taking your Wii to a professional electrician to have the part installed (unless youre a little tech savvy). Working with lasers & electrical components can obviously be a risk to yourself & your equipment.
There's a couple of other things which may be causing the problem, such as the motor in your optical drive (see if you can hear the disk spinning & check that it's not making any strange noises when you put the disk in)
There could also be a power supply problem to your optical drive.