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The red light is on constantly on my wii machine, where it should be umber, I have tested my a/c lead on anther wii and it work, now I know it is the wii console which has the fault. what can i do. thank you

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It's nothing you should be worried about. The Wii that has the red light instead of the amber light simply doesn't have WiiConnect24 on. When you activate WiiConnect24, the light should change to amber.

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