Reset your PS3 monitor settings by holding down the I/O
Button for when the system is off. It should beep once to let you know its on and a second time to let you know that it is reseting itself. You wont lose any info saved in your hard drive so don't worry.
also make sure that all of your cables are plugged into the correct inputs and that its nothing simple like a loose or unplugged wire.
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Make sure that the cord from the console is secure in the Wii and the three colors are plugged into the T.V. in the same color plugs. There is a Yellow for picture, white and red for stereo sound. You probably need to access the TV menu and change the "input" to whatever your Wii is plugged into. For example "A/V 1" or aux.
it could be that your AV cords are not plugged into the right holes. if they are it could mean that the AV cord that is supposed to show video could be damaged. check your connections and if they are good then try replacing the AV cord.
I would check the outlet.If the cords are all fine,it has to be the outlet that it is plugged into, or the system just burnt up.I would take it to a game shop, but the only thing wrong with that is the only people that will fix it is sony.Try anyway
it might bea problem with your actual video cord that plugs into the tv.... umm my xbox has a lot of issues too but ive never had this. id suggest you let it say off for a while and try somebody elses cords that connect the xbox to the tv to see if its an issue with your xbox or if its with your cords. ill also suggest you call microsoft and they can troubleshoot...
your first cord that is plugged into the tv is either messed up in the tv then, it is not connected or you yanked the cord instead of getting down and pulling the part about an inch from the tv and messed up the cord internally