Hi , I`m JackPerhaps I can help you with this problem , a few questions coming up and please note that it may take a few minutes between replies;
How do you get Netflix ?
External equipment like a blueray , Roku box , xbox etc. or its a built-in app to the tv ?
Well that should be easy enough to find out , beside the Wii and a possible cable box , is there anything else connected to the tv ?
Or you just have the wii and internet connected to the tv ?
Is this your tv ?
I mean how do you receive the Netflix ?
At this point I would need a model number so if you can reach me from home later on we could even try a few things .
I need details please if I`m going to figure this out
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No problem , later then
Nice pictures but that don`t tell me much about its rear connect or the type of connector you have in hand . can you send me a picture of that ?
The wiring you have ?
That's what I`m asking you , what does yours look like , there are different types .
The connector is what you use to connect the wii to the tv , , the cables , wires , plug , terminals etc. that thing
No problem , with that I will be able to tell you where to connect it and how to set your tv
Update and solution ;
Just looked up the gamepad number you gave me above and that belongs to the " Wii U " so I looked it up and saw that it has a HDMI out and that would be the best way of connecting it .
There is a link below that shows the back of your Wii and you will see that HDMI port at # 12 , if you have the component adapter plug then it will be at #10 but your tv has different input jacks at the rear that requires the adapter plug to use component inputs so once again HDMI would be the easiest and best way to connect that Wii in HD sound and picture into one cable.
You can get a HDMI cable for $10 (or less) and your tv has at least 3 HDMI inputs that can be used for that , this is Plug&Play no configurations , just make sure that only the hdmi is hooked up from the Wii to tv , remove the plug at #10 .
Click the link below for that picture.
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