Whenever I plug my Nintendo Wii into my TV, I put the channel on aux and I get sound but no video...
I recently took my T.V. To my church for a lock-in. On the way there I carried it on my lap, face down. Did this somehow cause my yellow video input to be pushed in farther than normal?
Or did something else go wrong?
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Are you sure it is on the correct channel or on input, AUX? I would check your manual and see what channel it goes on. If it's on the right channel the connectors on the tv may be broken or the dvd player is broken.
1-Maybe your TV aux input is the type where the AUX channel is before channel 2, or after whatever your highest channel number is. If so, you can access that AUX channel by either going channel UP or channel DOWN.
2-If that doesn't work, maybe it's worth the $5 for a cheap universal remote, that you can program, and thereby access the TV INPUT mode.
Some of the older sets were just that way. It is best to have the cable plugged into the tuner before you plug the set back up. It should automatically find all available channels upon being plugged in and turned on... will help to know the model of the set.