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What channel should the tv be set to?

For nintendo wii what channel should the tv be set to? i do not have a remote, so i can only choose some channels, not aux

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  • carolmodz Dec 12, 2009

    thanks,but how do i change the input on the tv?

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Tv needs to be set to channel 3 or you need to change the input on the tv if you are using the rca jacks on the tv. The other way to hook it up is if you have an rf modulator. You can get the at walmart or radio shack for 20.00 dollars.

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