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Connecting a wii to a RCA Scenium

Seems like input ports 1, 2 & 3 (red, yellow, white) will not work to hook up the nintendo wii to the tv set. The cables are good, because they are hooked to another set at the moment and 8 fifteen year olds are playing super mario smash brothers on a tiny set. The input port 4 works and the x box 360 is plugged into it and working fine. Does the tv have some sort of fuse which makes the first three ports function? Are we able to repair it?

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Sorry but I have to ask, are you sure the cables were plugged in correctly on the bigger set? Try using your tv's input button to scroll through the different inputs until you come to the one where the Wii is plugged in. You can check which one by looking where you plug the cables in. i.e. line 1, line 2, component 1, etc. Hope this helps.

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