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Trouble with gamecube

I have a vizio hdtv. Do I need a special cord. I cannot get the gamecube to work. I have all the other cords plugged up correctly but still nothing.

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See if you can get a scart lead or is that one of the leads you already have, if so gamecube might need to be taken back or find a gaming repair shop and explain to them what has gone on, im sure they will be able to figure something out, you shouldnt be having this much trouble, i hope this info was of any help

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