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The wii will not turn on at all. All the other

The wii will not turn on at all. All the other devices work ie. TV, DVD, etc.

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Make sure all wires are connect well, make sure the electricity socket works, either than that u must have an ac problem , and u should send it back to nintendo

Posted on Apr 23, 2010

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My wii stopped working


Hi R Cream, Can you please add details in the comment box?
What exactly indicates that it's stopped working?
Are there any lights that turn on (if so, include the color of these lights), any audible sounds coming from the wii, do the RCA input(the red, white & yellow ports) to the tv work on other devices(e.g; a DVD player), anything at all displaying on the tv(if so, what), etc.
To rule out defective parts, a good test would be to ask a friend who also owns a wii, to test your console using their cables.
https://www.google.co.za/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CBsQFjAAahUKEwjCytG2va3IAhXGbxQKHSQmCj8&url=http%3A%2F%2Fen-americas-support.nintendo.com%2Fapp%2Fanswers%2Fdetail%2Fa_id%2F2826%2F~%2Fwii-will-not-turn-on-and-has-no-power-light&usg=AFQjCNGr-__zV7qQrcxyKb-qBcoxcNLV-A&sig2=xwYOIOz0MJee7EfGx-8IPA

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How do I hook up my WII, DVD, VCR and Comcast box up. I have all but the WII hooked up but I don't know how to get the WII on their without disconnecting one of the others?


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Hooked up cable box, wii box and dvd player to new lg 50 inch 720p plasma tv... all external components work, however, dvds and wii only show in black and white - no color...


Connect the Wii and the DVD player to different ports on the TV to and any other device to the port in which the Wii and the DVD player were connected to check if the issue is with the port.

If other devices also display in black and white after connecting them to the port to which the Wii and the DVD player were originally connected then the ports require servicing.

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Can you help me enter my code for a sumishi TV?


this may help!!! . Turn on the device you want to set-up (ie: TV, DVD, etc).
2. On the remote control, press the device key for the device to be set-
up. For example, to set-up a TV, press the TV key; to set-up a DVD,
press the DVD key, etc.
3. Press the "SET" key and hold until the small light ("LED") on the
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4. Enter the Code for your device. If you've done it correctly, the "LED"
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Remote


1. Turn on the device you want to set-up (ie: TV, DVD, etc).
2. On the remote control, press the device key for the device to be set-
up. For example, to set-up a TV, press the TV key; to set-up a DVD,
press the DVD key, etc.
3. Press the "SET" key and hold until the small light ("LED") on the
remote control blinks twice, then release.
4. Enter the Code for your device. If you've done it correctly, the "LED"
light will blink twice. (Note: 'Codes' are listed in the instruction booklet).
5. Press the "POWER" key and the device will turn off.

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The code is 0053.
1. Turn on the device you want to set-up (ie: TV, DVD, etc).
2. On the remote control, press the device key for the device to be set-
up. For example, to set-up a TV, press the TV key; to set-up a DVD,
press the DVD key, etc.
3. Press the "SET" key and hold until the small light ("LED") on the
remote control blinks twice, then release.
4. Enter the Code for your device. If you've done it correctly, the "LED"
light will blink twice. (Note: 'Codes' are listed in the instruction booklet).
5. Press the "POWER" key and the device will turn off.

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1. Turn on the device you want to set-up (ie: TV, DVD, etc).
2. On the remote control, press the device key for the device to be set-
up. For example, to set-up a TV, press the TV key; to set-up a DVD,
press the DVD key, etc.
3. Press the "SET" key and hold until the small light ("LED") on the
remote control blinks twice, then release.
4. Enter the Code for your device. If you've done it correctly, the "LED"
light will blink twice. (Note: 'Codes' are listed in the instruction booklet).
5. Press the "POWER" key and the device will turn off. codes follow

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Prog. indicator light


This is what one for all's web site says to do:
1. Turn on the device you want to set-up (ie: TV, DVD, etc).
2. On the remote control, press the device key for the device to be set-
up. For example, to set-up a TV, press the TV key; to set-up a DVD,
press the DVD key, etc.
3. Press the "SET" key and hold until the small light ("LED") on the
remote control blinks twice, then release.
4. Enter the Code for your device. If you've done it correctly, the "LED"
light will blink twice. (Note: 'Codes' are listed in the instruction booklet).
5. Press the "POWER" key and the device will turn off. It doesn't say the LED should stay lit after pressing TV here.

Try this and let me know at which step the remote programming breaks down.

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Please HELP


Before attempting Set-Up, please review each step in the instructions
to find the correct set-up code. If device (TV, DVD, etc) does not
respond, repeat steps outlined below, and try each code listed for the
brand of your device.

1. Turn on the device you want to set-up (ie: TV, DVD, etc).
2. On the remote control, press the device key for the device to be set-
up. For example, to set-up a TV, press the TV key; to set-up a DVD,
press the DVD key, etc.
3. Press the "SET" key and hold until the small light ("LED") on the
remote control blinks twice, then release.
4. Enter the Code for your device. If you've done it correctly, the "LED"
light will blink twice. (Note: 'Codes' are listed on the website as I put the link below)
http://www.ofausa.com/list_codes.php?db_value=access4&remote_choice=URC4220
5. Press the "POWER" key and the device will turn off.

Good Luck


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