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No Aux Channel but I have the yellow and White plugs in the front!

I cannot change it to the aux channel to play my Nintendo Wii. I lost the remote and i am using a different one. Is there anyway to get the aux channel back? Please help me.

have a wii, no remote to tv and cant find aux ch. to play it??? help!!

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Certain Universal remotes have extra menu and input buttons. Take a look around and see what you can find.

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SOURCE: No Aux Channel but I have the yellow and White plugs in the front!

Take out the channel up button and use a small, long object (like a pencil or pen) and repeatly press the button under until AUX comes up.

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1:Insert the AV Multi Out plug on the Wii AV Cable into the AV Multi Out connector on the back of the console.

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Quick Tip: Grab the original remote control for the TV or VCR you have plugged your Nintendo into, and look for a button that could be labeled:
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If the above tips did not help, it is possible your Input Select is a little more difficult to locate. Here are some other common ways to access an Input Select:
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  • A high or low end channel. Try channel surfing through every channel, even the ones that do not normally broadcast a TV show. Many times the input select is a high channel such as 90, 91, 92, 93, 99, or even 999. You should also try low channels such as 0, 00,001, 1 or even 2. For some televisions, you may need to manually select these channels by using the keypad on the TV or remote control.
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