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    No AV output from my wii

    Hi guys,
    My friend has a wii I'm trying to fix and it has a problem...
    It has no av output on any tv,
    My wii works on both TV's,

    Is this some kind of brick?.
    Does the modchip autoboot and update from disc fix this?.

    Please reply

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    Are you sure its not the cables? I had an xbox one time I thought was not working because there was no video. Come to find out it was the av cables. I used cables from a different console and it worked. I know you said you tried your wii on tv and it worked but you never said if you tried your wii on those wires or not so I figured I would mention this. Couldnt hurt to check. Might be a quick fix.

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    Nope not the cables...

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    I am having the same problem. I have used 3 different cords on 4 different t.v's and have had no luck none work

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    could u power on the console with the wiimote ? if no, may be blue-tooth module defected.

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    no the wii will not power on with the remote. if it is that is their anyway to fix it

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    open the console...
    replace the blue-teeth module, which is next to the SD card slot on motherboard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billyhome View Post
    open the console...
    replace the blue-teeth module, which is next to the SD card slot on motherboard.
    I have tried that but it hasn't worked...

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