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I accidentally plugged my Wii on a 220volt outlet. But removed the plug immediately. Now I tried to turn it on with a 110volt outlet, but it is not turning on anymore. Which one is broken? the adapter or the console? Thank you for your assistance.

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  • hazel_mdm Feb 26, 2009

    Thank lostinfamily. I hope its the adapter that's broken.

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The possibility is you fried both. I would start with the power cord first that woulde be the cheapest thing. If that does not correct the problem then I hate to tell you but your game system is toast. Please just kee in mind next time to check both your system and the outlet that you plug in to.

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    Timothy Lee Mar 30, 2009

    what was the results of your findings

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