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I can't get any video from my wii on the TV. Sound comes through but no video, I've tried using the wii A/V cables as well as some aftermarket component ones. hooked them up as shown in the RX-V367 manual. Any ideas? Thank

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Are you using HDMI output? if so then there might be an issue with the reciever itself but try hooking a standard a/v cable to the output of your reciever and see if the wii comes up on that screen, then we can go from there.

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