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Best case scenario, you fried your power adapter and just need a new one. Mild case scenario, you killed the power input fuse on the Wii's mainboard and the fuse will need to be replaced by a technician. Worst case scenario, the fuse didn't blow fast enough and your Wii's mainboard is now fried, requiring complete replacement.
You're going to have to take it to a technician for an analysis before anything else though, so you might as well start there.
1. Try plugging something else into the socket to ensure the socket itself is working.
2. Changing the fuse in your Wii power adapter, blown fuses are very common and this could be it.
3. If number 2 doesn't work try and get a hold of a replacement power adapter as the problem could be a break in the wire.
4. If all the above fail it's time to head to the repair shop I'm afraid because I'm fresh out of ideas.
First of all, I don't think you can put a DS lite game on the Wii, but if you could, then you should try considering getting Wii Internet and see if that will help. For the Wii discs, you could clean the disc and try it then, if it doesn't work, there is a product called Wii Lens Cleaner (something like that) and it cleans your disc reader. It helped me and it only costed $10. This can be purchased at any game store or at Walmart. Hope that helps.
Odds are there was a power grid surge (especially given the fact that your son's is dead as well. Typically replacing the Ac adapter (power cord) will fix the problem, the ac adapter is designed to take the blow in the event of a power surge.