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Not turning on

My wi was made for a 120v electricity.i tried it on a 220v.it made a sound like a little explosion and then turned off.and now its not working anymore.what can i do?how can it be fixed?is the problem from the console or from its charger?if its from the console is it a big problem or just a fuse problem?

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  • jemimay18 May 13, 2008

    I need help ASAP! My daughter just got her wii today and sad to say her uncle removed the transformer and now she put the plug ( we use 220volts) to a wrong voltage and a little explosion sound we hear. the wii is not working anymore. we tried to plug it with the transformer again a little blink of green light is appearing to the wii console but still did not work. what to do? is the console damage? i have no idea also how to replace the adapter or any other part coz there is no nintendo centre here in philippines. help pls.

  • arjaybgayani Sep 27, 2008

    guys have you solved the problems?? I have that problem to. . is there by anyway that you could help me too, if the real danger is in my adapter or my wii. . T_T

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Console problem you burnt the inner rader stelemen... have to replace it!! asap!!! man

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