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All sound but no video

My tv died so I hooked up an old one. the TV has only a scart input so I used a scart multiway box which I have used before. The problem is this new (old TV)gives me sound but no picture unless I have the DVD player on as well and wiggle the scart so that the connection isn't very good. I then get video but it scrolls and loses colour. If I plug the Wii straight into the TV scart input I get nothing at all, just snow.

Is there anything I can do?

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It is normaly a defalt of the wii so send it back for a new one

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