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Re: motherboard not working
There are no fuses on the motherboard. If the motherboard doesn't work even if you have used another power source and all the other components are good then the motherboard is dead and it cannot be repaired. Throw it away and buy a new one.
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Without knowing what caused it to blow in the first place, replacing it isn't likely to be a permanent fix. In fact, it might blow again as soon as you plug it in. You're likely to need a motherboard replacement, but those chinese parts aren't built to last, so count on needing yet another one again somewhere down the road.
Try your wii power supply in your friends' house. If your power supply didn't work on your friends wii, Buy new power supply. If it worked on your friend's wii then your wii is dead. Call Nintendo to take care of it. If you dont have a warranty, do it yourself. Take out the motherboard and google Wii FUSE. Chage the fuse. If you don't have the fuse, use soldering iron and join the palce you place the fuse together. If that didn't work again, Replace the wii motherboard. Trust me your wii will work this time and your MII you created will still be there because they are all on your harddrive not wii motherboard.
1. Acquire the tool required to unlosen the parts. For example; screw drivers of ever size
2. Acquire the working area to perform the dismantling process. For example, a wide area desk free of obstacles materials and fluids required
3.A time to perform a technical responsibility of of delicate parts and pieces
4. Acquirign the tool box of vvarsatile tools required, also acquiring the box to places delicate parts that could get displaced in the process.
5. Begin the project with the objective in mind; for example, wanting to take out motherboard.
The motherboard is located in the system unit of the computer and is the board on which every additional expansion gadget is situated on.
1. examine the entire screw areas around the system units requiring loosening in the process deciding on the tool required for the assignment.
2. all tools required are taken out of tool box and placed within close proximity of the technitian and the devuice requiring dismantlement.
3. Unscrew all pins carefully without causing damages, placing delicate gadget in safe area.
4. The system unit has the motherboard in side a compartment surrounded by covers screwed in place.
5. The covers are snaped out of place from hinge joints once the screws removed. A little pressure though required for the process.
6.The covers of the system unit removed exposes the device situated within, a larger part of which is motherboard that every additional gadget is plugged on by snap on hinges or screws also.
7. requiring to take out the motherboard requires unscrewing the buttons that keeps it firmly on the bottom area of the system unit.
8. the process requires accessible tools to reach areas within the entire board take care not the scratch any circuits or damage fuses
9. Once all screws have been taken out of the board sides by a screwdriver for unloosening.
10. carefully, take out the motherboard, remember the the entire board is heavy care should be taken not to drop.
11. The finally save every part to the computer, for later reestablsiment.
Open panel on back of fridge (the one at hip height that says Service Panel Only - Do Not Remove, blah blah blah)
See pictures here: http://www.amazon.com/LG-LFC23760SW-French-Refrigerator-White/dp/B00198A5C0/ref=cm_cmu_up_thanks_hdr
Replace fuse with 9A 250V slow-burn fuse. I used a gray fuse harness from Radio Shack so that if the fuse needs to be replaced again I can just pop in a new one without doing the soldering over.
I nuked the original fuse, the end-caps and the wires that went from the end-caps/fuse to the motherboard. I replace those wires with some I scavenged off a fresh thermal fuse (also bought at RS, just needed the wires themselves which seemed to be the same diameter/gauge as the original leads) and ran them from the motherboard to the wire harness.
So far, so good!
Good luck to you.
this is generally a fuse problem on the motherboard.
if you have access to a soldering iron this can very easily be fixed.
if you unscrew the back casing and remove (7 screws), you will be looking at the motherboard.
there are 3 fuses which could be causing this problem, the most likley one to be the problem is the fuse under the on/off switch. BE CAREFUL when opening up the console because this fuse will most likely have come clean off and you could lose it!!!
jus re-solder this fuse back into place and everything should work fine!!
If you are comfortable using a soldering iron and know exactly the part & place to fix you could try to replace, but if you are not confident doing this then a replacement board would be the best solution. Hope this helps & please remember to rate my answer.
No fuse. This is going to be with the power management system or the jack. Check the jack to see if it's loose or broken. If not, then the problem is with the power management chip, and the motherboard will have to be replaced. I've had a few of these machines with that problem, and have found boards on Ebay at a decent price.
First, verify whether the Power Ram in the Switch Mode Power Supply i.e. SMPS is open. Replace it. Then, next step is whether the fuse inside the Mother Board has blown. If so, replace it with a new one. Normally, the Motherboard is affected with other two problems.