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My wii console has sound but not visual checked all connections all ok it is connected by component cable please advise

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Try to connect your Wii to another component input on the same TV, or to another TV. If the video works in one of those cases, then there is a problem with the TV. If not, your cable is likely broken. Try using a new component cable. If all this fails then there is a serious issue with your console that probably cannot be repaired at home.

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