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A new Wii bought from the US was plugged into a 220 V power source. The Wii would not operate. How do we get it fixed. Am in Pampanga, Philippines

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If you haven't already you might want to try buying a plug that is for the Wii from a local store. it should only cost a couplpe of dollars. The US power supply is only capable of using 120 volt power source. By buying a power supply from the local store it should not matter where the main system is from because the power supply regulates the input power down to the required power that is ment for the game console.

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