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Just got the Zenith model B25A02Z for my kids and went to plug in their Nintendo Wii to it. I can't find any RCA connectors on the TV. Can't seem to plug in anything except a cable wire. How can I get their game systems to work on the TV?

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On a TV that doesn't have any A/V inputs, you'll need an RF converter. This device takes the audio and video signals from a source such as your game, and makes a channel 3 or 4 signal that can be tuned in by the set. Converters are available in the TV accessories section of big-box retailers, at Radio Shack, and from many places online. They cost around $20.

Hooking up a converter is easy. You just plug in the A/V cables from the game, connect the output cable to the TV's antenna jack and plug in its power supply (it needs power). There's a connector on the converter to hook up your cable wire again since you have to disconnect it from the TV. It sounds like more trouble than it really is. Maybe 10 minutes.

Happy gaming, and thanks for using Fixya!

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