Question about Nintendo Wii Console
I bought an US Wii which expects 120v. Back in my country we have 220v so I plugged the power source to a 220 to 110 converter. It worked fine for about 15 minutes, until we heard a loud POP and the Wii turned off.
The 220 to 110 converter seems broken now (it doesn't power other stuff). I tried plugging the Wii power source to a different 220-to-110 - the red POWER led in the console actually turned on for a second, then went off. Now it doesn't turn on, neither the led nor anything else.
Burned the power source? What can we do?
Plug something else into the adapter to make sure it works, if it works you may have blown the Wii's fuse which will need repair.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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