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Input/Output Wii System

Need toconnect it to this tv but unable to because i do not have the original remote.
Help need to get Wii off of the main tv and onto the children's playroom tv.

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Re: Input/Output Wii System

Do you need the remote, or do you have the menu button on the tv? if you dont have neither, then you could try to get a new remote.. hope it helps!

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