Question about Nintendo Wii Console
This sounds like an output cable fault.
Check that the cable connecting from the wii to tv is secure. ( not angled )
If you have different output/input sockets on the T/V ( scart et,c ) try a different socket.
Try the Wii on a different television Set.
Check that the mains plug ( if plugged into an extension Board ) Or double socket. Isn,t picking up electrical interference from another source. or loose wire on another plug, sharing the same sockets.
try moving the wii sensor bar, to a different location. ( above or below the T/V )
if you have a friend/relative who owns a wii, ask to borrow thier lead to try out. this is a process of elimination.
If none of these suggestions solves your problem, then you have a suspected console fault ( motherboard or graphics chip overheating problem )
Hope this information is useful for you.
Mike @ Compurepair.
Posted on Feb 23, 2008
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