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My Wii ins't turning on. Iv'e checked every plug, switched sockets in case they were faulty, and switched inputs but still it won't turn on. Do you know the answer?

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In all likliehood its the power transformer which plugs into it (the gray box) those are available at most game stores,wal mart etc.. and commonly fail

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