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I am trying to hook up my Nintendo Wii to my samsung tv and it says no signal

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Check the AV Inputs on the wii and the t.v. Select proper input on tv as well. Interchange the wires too and check. Well, the yellow wire which represents the video, generally goes into the middle port of the set of three ports which connect the RCA cables you're using. The red and white wires go into the ports on either side. The rings around the ports are usually colored to indicate which wire goes where, so try taking a flashlight back behind the TV to see where these wires go next time.

Your TV may also be on the wrong input. Turn on the Wii, and try switching to all of the inputs one at a time next time.
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