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Either 1) your Wii's power adapter is broken, or 2) your Wii is broken. If you have a friend who has a Wii, you could try borrowing their power adapter and seeing if the Wii turns on. If it does, then you know your power adapter was broken, and you can purchase a replacement.Otherwise, you're going to have to look into repairing the Wii. If you device is under warranty, Nintendo will repair it for you.
Consult Nintendo's troubleshooting guide here: http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/systems/wii/en_na/ts/index.jsp
Well I would buy a new super NES console then and yes people have had bought broken items off of ebay or kijiji for parts to fix their console so you could buy a new one from a repuatble seller and sell yours as broken then.
Yes. The switch has broken and is replaceable. However I wouldn't recommend you do it unless you've done this before. DS Lites are easy to damage further when taking them apart. It's a great system but is easily broken beyond fixing. Look at all the posts on here from people putting new shells on and now the system won't boot up, broken ribbon cable connectors, etc. If it's under a year old contact Nintendo and they will repair it for free.