Brand new Wii console comes on but nothing happens
Just got a new Wii for Christmas, played it for 4 days, now it does nothing. The power is on but nothing comes on the tv? I have disconnected everything and hooked it all back up again and still nothing. Please help!
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If theres no scratches on the disc I would return the game disc first. Then if its still does it just return the wii and hope the game plays on your new one. Since your wiis new anyway its shouldnt be your laser especially since its playing other games fine and if the tony hawk disc isnt scratch those are the only options come to mind.
This probably didn't happen, but my guess is that, when the sudden power was restored, the Wii console took too much and fried the circuts. This can happen on on computers, but I'm not sure about gaming consoles. This can be prevented with a surge protector, a device with several power outlets and a switch for power protection. If the warranty on your Wii is still present (I think it lasts 1-4 years) you can send it in to Nintendo for repairs (or if they can't repair it, they'll send you a brand new one).
Try to play music cd's and other games to see if the Wii will read anything. Make sure the discs are clean as well. If the Wii is still not playing anything then that means the drive is bad and would need to be replaced.
if you can try new power supply...however if you still have the red power light although when you try to switch on nothing happens unless your wii is modded could be a switch or motherboard problem. would need more details.