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My Wii was working fine one day and the next day it would not power on. I have checked all connections and everything looks fine. Would it need to be reset or something?

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This is the first step Nintendo will have you do if you call there support line. If it fails then it needs to be sent in for a repair. (or you could buy a new power supply assuming it isnt the Wii that is broke.

Unplug the power supply from the wall and from the Wii.

Leave it unplugged at least 2 minutes (seriously be patient).

This will clear out the power supply and allow it to hard reset.

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Posted on Jul 28, 2010

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