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Wii stopped working. the light is not on. There is a disk inside that won't eject. We tried unplugging and replugging everything. Could it just be the 3V battery ?

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Did the power go out while your Wii was plugged up and on or in sleep mode? if it was, you probably need to unplug you wii from everything and let it sit for a few minutes. your Wii probably just got 'shocked' by the sudden lack of a power source. If the power didnt go out, then I dont know how to help you~ Sorry. I hope I helped!! ^-^

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