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There is a fuse and I think the fuse is the problem if you believe that your power supply is good
Buy a tri-crew drive ship on ebay $2 fix it by your self because you have no warranty (it is 6 years old) open it up then replace the fuse here is where the fuse should be http://i47.tinypic.com/2lbko7b.png
This will also help to open up the wii http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Repair/Repairing-Nintendo-Wii-Drive-Board-Fuses/4029/1
Make sure to order the fuse with the screw driver too. It should cost you less than $10 If you don't want to replace the fuse, just use wire and solder the two solder pads for the fuse but this method is bad.
The obvious answer to this would be.
That the gamecube controller, is faulty.
Or the controllers port on the Wii, is faulty.
Try using a different Controller on the Wii.
Or try inserting the gamecube controller, Into a different Port.
hello the fuse inside is made of glass if you open the wii up you should see the power supply the fuse might have a cover over it, if the fuse is black it's blown, if you put a nother 1 in and blows again the then you have a dead short somewhare make sure the power off. good luck.
Usually, after a power outage, a power spike (when the power returns) can disable/blow the fuse in the AC adapter for the Wii.
Try the following steps in this order:
- unplug the Wii's power cord from the wall, and leave it unplugged (from 5 mins. to 5 hours). Then, plug it back into the wall. (Unplugging the power cord from the back of the Wii will not help. You need to unplug the power cord from the wall.)
- This usually helps reset the fuse circuit in the AC adapter, and your Wii should work again.
- open the panel on the AC adapter box in the power cord; since the screws are proprietary, you will need to creatively use existing tools to turn the screws
- check the 3A fuse in that box; if it looks blown, then replace it
- it might be cheaper to replace the AC adapter with another one
- get the unit repaired
- buy a SURGE PROTECTOR power bar, and plug all of your expensive items into it (to prevent this from happening again).