Plugged all cables in, wii worked for a couple of hours and then proceeded to crash. Turned it off, when I turned it on the following day, it is not connecting with my TV..I have no picture or sound, the wii is recieving discs and power led is on
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Power off your Wii and unplug everything connected to it including SD cards in the front door, or USB devices. Plug in the power and video cables only and see it your Wii powers on (make sure you unplug these first). If it turns on then plug in the necessary devices such as the sensor bar and Game Cube and try again, and then try with any other items that you have like a usb drive or memory cards. I had this problem when I had a USB camera plugged in.
Are you sure the plug you are using is still good? Did you have to reset the breaker after the power outage? Try plugging it somewhere else. If it still doesn't work it means something's fried. Try to get your hands on an other Wii power cable and try it to see if it works. If it does then you'll just have to replace the power cord, if it doesn't you'll have to send your console over to Nintendo. Hope this help, please rate and testify =)
1: Make sure you have the volume on the TV turned up and the audio-video connections plugged into the same-colour plugs. Sound only kicks-in once you are at the Wii menu. If this doesn't work, continue to step 2.
2. Test the Wii with another TV. If you have sound there, then it is possible that the HDTV's sound inputs plugs are damaged. Send your HDTV off for repairs.
3. If the Wii does not work with the other TV, then it is likely that the audio cables are damaged. Order a replacement from Nintendo (instructions are in the Wii user's guide)