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My tv buzzes when I plug in my audio cables from my wii. I ordered a new cable and it is still doing the same thing. How can I fix this?

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Most of the time this buzz isn't caused by the cable, but by the way the cable is resting in the output slot of the Wii. To fix this adjust the plug's position in the Wii (jiggle it around) until you find a position where the buzz stops. When you find it, try to tape the cord into that position. It's not pretty, but it works.

Also, it is technically possible the buzz is coming from where your cable enters the TV, though not likely. If the method I described above does not work, try it with your TV.

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