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Disconnect any accessories, such as GameCube controllers or SD cards.
Unplug your Nintendo Wii AC
adapter from the wall outlet and from the back of your Nintendo Wii.
Leave the adapter disconnected for two minutes. Reconnect the adapter to
the console and plug the outlet end straight into a wall outlet, not a
Remove the AC adapter from the
wall outlet again. If the Wii has yet to turn on, the problem may lie
within your electrical outlet. Plug a lamp, nightlight or something
electrical into the outlet the AC adapter was connected to. If the
outlet appears to work, then you'll have to test the AC adapter itself.
Run your fingers along the AC
adapter cable and visually look for any damage, such as frayed wires or a
cracked piece of cable. Also look for the model number "RVL-002" and
"Wii" on the adapter. If you don't see the "RVL-002" model number and
"Wii" on the adapter, then you are using an unlicensed adapter, which
can cause instability and power failure. If the adapter has incurred any
damage, you will likely have to buy a new adapter.
Spray air to clean out the vents
on the back of the Nintendo Wii. If your Wii has been sitting for a
long time, then dust and dirt may have built up around the vents,
preventing the console from cooling itself. If the console cannot cool
itself, it overheats and shuts down.
Click "Start," "Internet
Explorer" and visit the Nintendo repair page (see Resources) to open a
repair claim. If you tried the above steps and your Wii has yet to power
on, your system probably needs professional repair.
When draining the coolant, keep in mind
that cats and dogs are attracted by the ethylene glycol antifreeze, and
are quite likely to drink any that is left in an uncovered container or
in puddles on the ground. This will prove fatal in sufficient quantity.
Always drain the coolant into a sealable container. Coolant should be
reused unless it is contaminated or several years old.
Disconnect the O2 sensor wire clamp and connector.
You left that question rather vague. Are you asking what material? or What size? I normally would run one size larger pipe size than the outlet on the tank, unless the distance is great. You would connect to the tank outlet which is usually 1/2 way up the side of the tank. Use only black iron or copper pipe, plastic pipe is not strong enough for compressed air. There is some plasic tubing rated for air, but that looks sloppy and isn't inexpensive eitehr. Also put a "FRL" between the compressor and piping (FRL=filter regulator lubricator).