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Wii wont turn on

The button is jamed and it wont click and the micro switch is also jamed

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Best solution I can think of is to get a new Wii remote/controller and syncing it to the Wii and turn it on that way. That is if you can get it on to sync it for once. Try popping the button cover off with a knife or flat head screwdriver.

Posted on Aug 16, 2013

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