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Nintendo Wii lost picture quality

My son put a DVD into the Nintendo Wii console. Since then it still plays the games, but the picture has lost colour and quality. The first time he did it, we turned the Wii off for 48 hours, then it was OK. But he did it again, and now turning it off isn't working. Any ideas?

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  • Anonymous Mar 12, 2008

    I have the same problem. We put a DVD into the Wii and now our picture quality and color is compromised. I tried unplugging it for few hours, but still nothing. What can be done?

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Don't put DVDs in your Wii it isn't a DVD player

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