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The picture does not show up when we turn on the wii. You can hear the sound. The cd is in the right way as well. Nothing is wrong with the input button on the remote. I have checked all the connections and they are all good. What should I do?

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Try a different input on your TV. If it is input1 - use 2.
If still no joy - the Wii needs repair/replacement. There is no fix you can do.

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