Question about Nintendo Wii Console
Please try the following :-
Completely disconnect the Wii from the power cord. Completely unplug the power pack from the wall. Plug everything back in and see if that cures your problem.
Sometimes this problem occurs because of a malfunction within the unit itself. It is possible that something has overheated. Sometimes also the power packs become faulty on the Wii as well.
The symptom you are describing sounds like a hardware failure of some kind, try the above and see if it sorts it out for you.
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