its not the tv as other things work on it.
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- Bad cable (not this since you tried it on a different TV)
- Bad TV (not this since you tried it on a different TV)
- Bad AV encoder (the only option left)
That's about it. If you don't have a TV that supports a different type of cable then you are down to replacing the Wii or having it fixed. I really don't think it will cost you all that much to have it repaired if you contact the right person like Bad_Ad84 who live in England.
Same problem. First the image becames with very bad quality, now the tv gives me "without signal" message. The sound works fine. I've tryied with av and componnent cable, so the problem it's on the wii.