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It isn't a channel, you will need to switch the video mode from cable TV to auxiliary inputs (i.e. VCR, DVD player, games, etc). The process for doing this varies from TV to TV but generally the remote will have a button that says 'Input' or 'Video' and that will switch it.
how are you connecting the wii to the tv...through the rca jacks? If so, you can not get to the input channels by the channel button. On the remote there will be a button called either AV, Input, AV Video, Video, A/V, Input or something similar. Hit this button until your tv goes to the appropriate av channel.
If your sanyo has a video input (yellow) available, and audio inputs available (white and red) then you just need to connect them. Then you need to select the proper input on the TV set. These may be on the back, side, or front of the TV.
I had the same problem with a PS2 connected to a small Sanyo TV. To fix it, while the game was playing I pressed a button on the remote control adjacent to an icon that resembles a square with a black dot in the bottom right hand corner. On my remote the button is directly behind the TV/AV button. As you press the button, one press at a time, this takes you through the various video format options available, including PAL, NTSC, Auto etc. When you reach the correct format the colour will return to your game.
In my case, I suspect this button was accidentaly pressed instead of the TV/AV button.
I hope this helps someone else as the problem had driven me mad all day before I stumbled over the solution.