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Connecting a wii to a toshiba tv model no. 28n33b

My wii asks for a video and audio inlet but there only seems to be outlets

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I was having exactly the same problem with my toshiba 28N33B until 2 minutes ago! I searched the internet for the solution but only came accross your unanswered question, i hope you've sorted it by now anyway as its been 6 months, but for all those with a similar problem:

You cannot connect your wii to AV OUTLETS only INLETS! At first glance it appears that the 28N33B only has outlets....BUT actually, the AV inlets are (stupidly) hidden behind the speaker to the right of the TV screen (as if you were looking at the screen) - they are separate from all the other ports at the back of the tv.

For anyone looking for Toshiba inlets on other models - my advice would be to take a deep breath, push the telly out from the wall and take a GOOD long look all over the tv for three circular ports coloured red, white and yellow that have the words 'in' or 'inlet' etc printed near to them. You're wasting your time trying to connect the wii via the audio output, it just wont work, no matter how much you re-tune the tv (I know from experience! grr!)

Right, i'm off to play mariokart, hope this helps somebody!

Sara

Posted on Feb 15, 2009

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