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Check all of the connections to the TV! REmove each one and reconnect it. If that doesn't work, see if those spots are present only when an electric motor on the same breaker in your breaker box is on. If those cases are not the cause, blow out the TV with CLEAN compressed air.
It is the chip that controls the millions of mirrors inside the tv. If they are black, they are stuck closed. If they are white, they are stuck open. I JUST had the same the same thing happen with mine. I bought it 3yr and 2 months ago and I had an extended warranty on it for 3 years. Well, needless to say, it was out of warranty and I was pissed. The store I bought it from suggested I call Samsung. Which, I did. They asked for the model number and told me that my model (hlt5675sx) was one of the ones that is covered becasue they had a problem with the chip. Within 2 weeks, my tv was fixed by a repairman who came to my house. It works perfectly, now and it didn't cost me a penny. Good luck.
Check The cables that connect to the TV. Make sure that the cable is securely connected to the console. Next make sure that if your using the Red, White, Yellow composite cables everything lined up. Yellow is video and should go with the slot labeled video on the TV or the yellow slot on the TV. Red is right audio and should be put in the labeled spot for right audio on the TV or with the red spot on the TV. Lastly white is left audio and should be put in the spot that is labeled left audio on the TV or in the white spot on the TV. If all of the cables are hooked up like so, and everything is secure yet there is still no picture, you need to buy a new cable because it seems that one may have been damaged. If there is still no picture with the new cable, then your last option is to try it with another TV. If it works with the other TV, the 1st TV your trying to put it on has a faulty composite input. If it still doesn't work on the other 2nd TV, then there is an internal problem with the Wii and needs to be repaired or replaced. Hope this helps! -MarcusTuttle
It sounds like you have a photosensor that is going bad. If it happens 80% of the time, it is time to fix it or repair it. I have a friend who can fix cameras, he is cheaper and faster than the manufacturer.