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Wii Console Won't Turn On, and Has No Power Light
Situation:

The Wii console won't power on, and the Power LED is unlit
The console powers on, but shuts off after a few seconds/minutes
Attaching an accessory to the console turns the power off
 

Information:

This issue can be caused by an accessory or power surge tripping the circuit breaker on the AC Adapter.

 

What To Do:

Check any accessories attached directly to the console to make sure that it is licensed and undamaged. Unlicensed or damaged accessories shouldn't be used with the console.
Try using a different wall outlet, or plug a different device into the outlet to make sure the outlet is providing power.
Perform an AC Adapter Reset. (How To)
 

Situation Not Resolved:

If the system still won't power on, the system and AC adapter will need to be repaired. To start the repair process, click here.
 
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Posted on Nov 03, 2012

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