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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Chat' started by sdnsbfvfspgv, May 1, 2007.

  1. sdnsbfvfspgv

    sdnsbfvfspgv WiiChat Member

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    I got My Wii and When I Used It The first time It Was OK But The Second Time I Used It On The Tv There Were Static Bars Crossing The Tv, I Think The Problem Is The Cable With The Red, Yellow, White Things, But Im not Sure, Anyone Has This Problem? Waht Should I Do? Should I Go Replace It ? I cant find a nintendo Store In My City :cryin:
     
  2. adf3424sdff

    adf3424sdff Guest

    I have 1 fuzzy type bar going up the screen often, its most prob the connections or something
     
  3. ottoman

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    check all the cables are in correctly. mine workis fine.
     
  4. rishi 20

    rishi 20 Banned

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    yea i agree with ottman

    check there all in. if not take em all out and in aging that should do the trick
     
  5. Nemix

    Nemix Frost-bitten

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    sounds like speakers not magnetically shielded next to tv, cell phone some kind of device giving out radiation to your tv set... don't quote me though

    or i could be your tv try a next one, if it's your Wii return it :idea:
     
  6. Byuakuya

    Byuakuya Bleach & Heroes fan.

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    Mine are also just fine. Make sure that your cables and wires are tightly secured.
     
  7. dchao

    dchao WiiChat Member

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    Try it on another TV. If the problem doesn't go away, call Nintendo CS. They will take care of you.
     

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