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My wii console will not turn on, its all plugged in and ready to go.. never had any problems before...

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Hook up to the Wii


Alright so first of all, you should have gotten a cord with a big, grey power brick attached to it. Plug the end in that goes in a outlet, and the other end should hook up to one of the outlets on your Wii console. Then, there should be a cord with three branches. They should be colored red, orange/yellow, and white. On the back/front or on the cable box for your TV there should be plug-ins that are colored either red, white, green, blue, or orange/yellow. The specifications should be written under the outlets (visual, audio, etc...). Plug the white and red part of the cord in to the "audio" outlet (on your tv). The other cord (yellow/orange) should plug in to the outlet that is labeled "video" or "visual" or "screen" or something along the lines of that. The next step is pretty simple. Your Wii (should have) came with a sensor bar. It is thin, long, and black and has a very long, very thin cord attached to it. Plug one side of the cord into your Wii console, and the actual sensor bar goes on top of your TV. There are small, sticky rectangles that help with the sensor bar sticking to your TV. After you've done all that, your Wii is ready to go! Just push the power button and your ready to start playing!

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1 turn on the wii
2 place batteries in the wheel
3 plug in the pedals
4 turn on the power for the wheel( the left LED should turn Green)
5 press the sync on the console and the - and + simultaneously on the steering wheel.
6 the LED will turn Blue and you are ready to go.

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Im from the philippines and i just got my wii as a gift from the united arab emirates. after installing the components and the system set-up, thinking everything's ready, i turn on the console and the...


No. If 4 LEDs are blinking, then wii remote is not sync with the Wii. In other words -- the controller does not see the Wii and the Wii does not see the controller. Click the following page on Nintendo's website to find out how to Sync the Wii Remote with the Wii:

http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/systems/wii/en_na/setupWiiRemote.jsp#Synch

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Can i plug my wireless internet card directly into the usb port in the back of the wii for a connection


You dont need a wireless card, the Wii already is ready for Wi-Fi.
As long as you have a wireless router, you should be good to go.

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Nintendo Wii won't turn on


im guessing your wii is fried i would send it in for this is not a common thing. wiis ussually have proper airflow unless really surpressed. overheating is a common factor in consoles frying.

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My wii keeps saying a problem has occurred so eject the game and turn the console off and refer to the manual


First turn the Wii console power OFF, and remove the AC adapter's AC plug from the power socket.  Next, check whether the disc is dirty or scratched.  If it is dirty, gently wipe with a soft, damp cloth from the center to the outside.  Wait 5 - 10 minutes.  Then plug the AC adapter's AC plug back into the power socket and turn the console power on.  If the same message still appears, the Wii console may be damaged. turn the Wii console off immediately.  Remove the AC adapter's AC plug from the plug and visit support.nintendo.com for additional troubleshooting or call 1-800-255-3700

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Trouble hhoking up a Wii console


plug the yellow one in to the yellow hole. plug the red one into the red hole and plug the white one into the white hole. then make sure your tv is set to the proper audio/ video input

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POWER WILL NOT COME ON TO THE CONSOLE


Try a different Wii ac adaptor for your Wii and if it still doesn't turn then the Wii needs to be sent in for service cause its a problem with the main board.


May 24, 2009 | Nintendo Wii Console

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Everything is hooked up will not turn on


You could reset the AC brick by unplugging it from both the wii and the wall outlet for 90 seconds.

Mar 15, 2009 | Nintendo Wii Console

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Wii will not power on


The light on our Wii would not turn ON, and would not power up. No red, no yellow, nothing.

To fix, we unplug the Wii console. We turn the WIi console so that the back-side fan area is pointing towards the ceiling and then vacuum the fan area. Then we place it back into the Wii stand, plug it in, and the red light comes on. It powers up and works perfectly again. Obviously this won't solve everyone's issues (i.e. electronic component failures), but it has worked several times for us. Definitely worth a shot before shipping your unit off for repair.

I think the fan gets clogged and WIi protects itself from overheating, but do not really know why this works... but it does!

Dec 29, 2008 | Nintendo Wii Console

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