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Wii console power went off and would not come back on

I changed the game disc and it took it. When I went to get my remote and came back, the power had gone off (totally black, not red or blue) and I could not turn it on either by pressing the power button on the console or by unplug/replug the power cable. Why did this happen and how can I get it to work again? Thanks in advance!

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  • petrofsky6 Nov 13, 2008

    my wii will mnot turn on or off....i played earlier in the day came home to try tom play and no power is going to the wii

  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2009

    same here

  • asmith1284 Jan 02, 2009

    I went to play mt Wii and the power will not turn on. there is a disc in it and it wont even turn on. I tried diferent outlets and such but there is not responce form the unit

  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2009

    No power, no nothing

    outlet is good

    can anyone help?

  • chandaj Jan 02, 2009

    no power or standy -by lite in the console. Played fews hrs ago was great. need help

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