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Re: broken av inputs
I use a screw extractor,
a tapered threaded tool that binds on the inside of bolts et al, you wind it inside the broken end and pull gently.
where the item is a press fit and very small, needle nose pliers may provide sufficient grip.
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You must have a AV card connected via the USB which can be used to link the laptop to the TV. The video and audio from the AV card can be connected using the RCA cords to the video input( yellow) and audio inputs( red and white).
If you are unable to view video on your television set, the issue may be that the TV's video input selection does not match.
The TV input source must match how the equipment for example DVD is connected to the TV.
* Plug the RCA cables(red,yellow,white cord) to the designated ports. * Grab your Apex TV remote and attempt to cycle through the video inputs by hitting the "Input" button at the top of the remote multiple times. * If you have used a DVD player or similar external device recently, you may have neglected to switch the video input back to the one assigned to your TV programming. * Devices such as DVD players often reside on the AV 1 or AV 2 video input, and failure to switch back off of one of these will result in a dark, soundless screen when attempting to view cable or satellite television. * Cycle through the inputs until you land on your cable/satellite input once more, which should result in an immediate restoration of picture and sound. * If it does not, approach your Apex TV and look over the A/V cable connections. The A/V cable has two sets of prongs, one on either of its ends. Each prong is either red, yellow and white, and plugs into corresponding A/V ports on the back of the Apex TV and the back of your cable or satellite box. Make sure the ports and prongs are color-corresponding and have not been switched up.
The AV Multi Out plug that is included with the Wii will allow you to connect the console to most TVs or VRCs. First, look at the back of your television AND your VCR and see if you have colored holes label "Input". Though most TVs have them, almost all VCRs do as well. If you are unable to find a set of yellow, red, and white AV inputs on the back of your TV, try looking on the sides, top, and bottom of the TV. Look for any hidden panels or doors as well.
Connecting to a Television
Audio/Video (AV) inputs are typically located on the back of the TV, but occassionally are on the sides, top, or bottom.
Look for inputs marked Audio and Video IN.
Do NOT connect your system to anything marked OUT.
Insert the AV Multi Out plug on the Wii AV Cable into the AV Multi Out connector on the back of the console
Insert the DC plug on the Wii AC Adapter cord into the DC Input connector on the back of the Wii console.
Insert the AC plug into a 120V AC wall outlet
CAUTION: To prevent electric shock, match the wide blade of the plug to the wide slot and insert fully into the outlet.
Plug the transformer into the wall outlet.
The Sensor Bar can be placed either above or below your TV screen. Decide which option best fits you and click the image below for additional set up help, including mounting the Sensor Bar and proper alignment.
THIS IS GENARALY THE GAME MODE OR WHERE THE RED WHITE AND YELLOW WHOLES ARE YELLOW BEING THE VIDEO AND RED AND WHITE BEING THE SOUND YOU WILL USE THE INPUT BUTTON OR TV/VIDEO BUTTON TO SWITCH FROM CHANNEI 3 TO AV 1 AV2 AND SO ON
This TV doesn't have an AV input, so there are no input jacks other than the antenna connector. If you want to connect a device that has only AV outputs (your red, white and yellow plug) you will need an RF converter. This will take the AV signals and convert them to a channel 3 or 4 signal you can tune in on the set.
But since you don't seem interested in spending any money, you'll probably not like to hear that the converter runs around $15 most places. Take heart, there is an alternative. Find a VCR (if you don't have one already) that has an RF output. Many of the the newer DVD/VCR combos only have AV outputs. You're looking for one that has an "out to TV" threaded connector on the back. These units already have an RF converter built in. Connect your AV plugs to the line in jacks on the VCR and switch to that input, and you can use your video game or DVD player through the VCR.
you can hook it up thru av input..what i mean is the red white and yellow wires hook wires into the OUTPUT on box and the input on tv then change tv to the input u hooked them to..for example if u hooked them into av1 then turn tv to av or hiy input on remote