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I took my wii to someones house and i dont know how to hook it up to their tv and where to plug the cords in and what cord goes where. should there be a spot for all of the cords to be plugged in or will there be some left over?

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All of the connections no matter if it is the component or the rca will go in a proper hole.

RCA is the three wire. Yellow, Red and White.
Component is 5 wire. Red, white (audio) and Green, Red Blue for video.

if there are wires left over then i'm guessing you are trying to put the Component in their RCA.

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