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GOT A NEW PHILIPS T.V. AND WHEN WE HOOKED UP THE WII WE HAD NO PICTURE JUST SOUND.PLEASE HELP US:(

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Well theres three connections yellow,white,red connect correlty

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and check box is plugged into mains, and switched on.......
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