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The video/audio outlet port is busted - Nintendo Wii Console

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  • mward8107 Nov 22, 2008

    i have audio but no video

  • kat071407 Jan 02, 2009

    once wii has been in the a/v port, removed (to move to different tv), then later reinserted (to come back to previous tv), i have found that my video port no longer works on 3 different tvs where the wii was once plugged in. none of my plug and play games work now... the wii seems to have fried all three of my video ports on three tvs within a 12 hour period! ...any suggestions??

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Okay..... nobody else knew what to do so heres what i did and it works. i bought an rf modulator. i hooked it up to the tv, bypassing the original a/v ports (the modulator has new a/v ports) turned the tv on to the channel i selected on the modulator, and now i have audio and video again.... not sure why my video ports went out in the first place (on 3 tvs-see prior posting by me) but at least we can play games now without buying replacement tvs. good luck!

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