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Finding the correct channel on the TV for Wii

I have just bought a Wii and have set it up but do not appear to be able to find the channel that it plays on my TV. Have looked through all the AV channels and the video channels. My TV has a digi box which goes through it..... does that make a difference??
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Ok. push tv video button on your tv,
or
first turn on your wii, be sure that the av cable are connected to ur televison properly. Then turn on your tv start from channel 1 then scroll down the channel button until you locate the blue screen or logo of wii.

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