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My wii is on. i am on the right channel, and the red, white, and yellow things are plugged into the right spots. i can hear the wii music, but the screen does not come up.

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Try using your scart connection with the red, white and yellow leads.

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ok the setup you are using is a Receiver, TV, and Wii unit .

Step 1: plug one HDMI cable into the back of the Receiver unit on slot 2 name on it is called HDMI out jack
if looking at the back of the unit this slot is 2nd from the top left

Step 2: now plug the HDMI cable into the TV this is the cable you just plugged into the Receiver
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Your tv connections are disconnected and need to be replaced. See if anything else works when plugged into these connections.

Your cable cord could have a disconnect internally and the cord needs replaced.

Your graphics card on you XBOX 360 is shot any you need to replace it.

Good luck and please rate my solution accordingly.

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