Question about Nintendo Wii Video Game Consoles & Games
Wii has a solid red light power button. When I press it or the eject button (not restart button) it makes a faint clicking noise. I tried the power cycle suggestion by nintendo "unplug every cord, unplug power cord from wall AND wii for 2 to 10 minutes, even waited 24 hours. I plug it back in and still a red light. I have also soldered a bridge to the 'POWER FUSE' thinking that might be the problem, still a red light.
If it was dropped check the bluetooth module , they can come unplugged and the wii will not function. Children love to put change in the wii which can short it out. Never bridge a fuse as it can cause unsafe conditions and potentially a fire hazard .
Posted on May 26, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When this same thing happened to me, I unplugged the Wii power supply from the wall (not just from the back of the Wii) and let it sit unplugged for about 10 minutes. When I plugged it back in, everything was fine.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
According to Nintendo u can try this. 1. push the reset button and if that doesn't work unplug all cords and memory cards (including sd) from wii and unplug av from the wii and the outlet in wall. Wait 2-3 min and then plug it back in. Thats as far as i got because that fixed my problem hope this helps someone!!!
Posted on Jun 18, 2008
SOURCE: Wii power problem!
You are not getting the correct voltage into the Wii, this can happen one of three ways. (1) The power converter you have is not converting the power correctly, (2) running on converters are not exactly matching the correct voltage and wattage has strained your power supply and damaged the Wii, or (3) the power supply itself just failed as a result of any number of normal electrical conditions.
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
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