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Some tv's are sketchy with the connections you can use. I would sugest HDMI for an LCD tv. You can control the frame refresh rate via the PS3 too.Then again, after looking closer at the picture you have catagorized, you are talking about a PS2? All you need is a RFU adapter, and it will work just fine. ^^ Good luck.
If it isn't turning on the power cable probably needs to be reset. Unplug the power cable from your Wii and the wall and let it rest for 10-15 minutes. It sounds silly, but try it. Nintendo built in a reset mechanism for power adapter failures.
Make sure the yellow wire is plugged in tightly and try pressing the tv/vcr button on your remote. It may say input after you have done that let me know what happens and I will help you the best I can.
Hey audstaples, If you're sure that your Nintendo Wii is correctly connected, you may only need to change the input station on your TV. While some TV's will only require that it be on channel 3 or 4, many others are only able to recognize game consoles when set an external input station. Usually these stations can be found be pressing the "Input" button on the TV's remote control or by accessing the TV's main video setup menu, depending on the model that you own. Should changing the input not resolve the problem, you may wish to double-check your connections using the setup troubleshooting guide provided by Nintendo through the following link: http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/systems/wii/en_na/setupAV.jsp Hope this helps you out. Sincerely, Aaron Go Ahead. Use Us.