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Wii sound after connecting my wii to our other tv, it doesn't have sound. Is also sound louder than normal when powered on.

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Lower the volume

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2. Test the Wii with another TV. If you have sound there, then it is possible that the HDTV's sound inputs plugs are damaged. Send your HDTV off for repairs.

3. If the Wii does not work with the other TV, then it is likely that the audio cables are damaged. Order a replacement from Nintendo (instructions are in the Wii user's guide)

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