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wow that sucks, try going to gamestop in the morning and getting either a new or refurb/used one for about $20. hopefully you just blew the ac adapter and not the wii. also check to make sure you didnt trip the breaker the wii is on (check the breaker box/s around the house).
That means that the Wii is unable to connect to your wireless network.
Likely cause: Your wireless router may need to be power cycled, or the connection settings have changed.How to fix: Power cycle your router; redo the connection settings on the Wii and try again. "Power cycle" your router by unplugging it from the power outlet. Wait a few minutes, and plug the modem back in. Wait a couple of minutes for the modem to initialize, then plug in the router. Try to connect the Wii online and test for proper response. If that doesn't work, then try this... Erase your old connection settings on the Wii and set up a new one, as your router's settings may have changed since you last connected. Follow this link for instructions of how to do that http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/systems/wii/en_na/getOnline/index.jsp
Check if the outlet is actually giving power to the Wii. Secondly verify your ac adapter in a known working Wii (from friend). After that check your Wii with a known working ac adapter. If this doesn't work either then you might want to either send your Wii for repair or buy a new one.
to hook up the wii, plug the censor bar into the back of the wii and the a/v jacks into the tv/vcr/dvd player(line the colors right(red with red, white with white and yellow with yellow))and connect the opposite end into the wii. Then take the power box(big gray box with outlet cord attached) and plug it into the back of the wii and wall, turn on and play some great games
There are two possible scenario's when you accidentally plug a 110V device in a 220V outlet: 1: The power supply to the device you plug in gets fried. this is your best case scenario. See if you can borrow a Wii power supply from a friend and test your console with this power supply. If this works, you just need a new power supply and all is well. 2. Your Wii gets fried. Worst case scenario: your Wii got fried. If it is still in warranty, see if they will cover this damage under the manufacturer warranty, if not, I am afraid you will either need to pay for repairs or buy a new console.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but plugging a 110V device in a 220V outlet generally will fry one thing or the other or even both.