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Error code 209826. Is this with a Wii? Error code references "Problem connecting to the Wii Shop channel. Either a problem with the router or the Wii Shop may be temporarily
down. Try again later."
I recommend turning off the Wii completely. Check the wireless router and unplug the router, but do not disconnect the cable. Keep powered off for 5 minutes. Plug router back in, let all the lights power up and then turn the Wii on and attempt to connect again. Should the issue continue, you may need to go through the Wii network set up and verify that it is communicating with the router.
Error Code: 204038
The Wii console was unable to connect to the Wii Shop Channel.
Check for wireless interference, which can affect the signal strength to the Wii console. To help minimize wireless interference, try the following:
Make sure other wireless devices such as cordless phones or wireless speakers are turned off, and that the Wii console is an open area without objects or electronics blocking the signal. (For instance, if the Wii is placed in a crowded entertainment center, try moving the Wii somewhere with more room.)
Change your router's channel setting to 1 or 11. By default, most routers broadcast on channel 6, which overlaps with other channels and may be weaker. For help doing this, click here and select your router brand and model (if available). The information you need is found in the "Broadcast Channel:" area.
There could be a temporary network issue with Nintendo's servers. Please wait a few hours and try to access the Internet Channel again.
If the above steps did not resolve your issue, please call 1-800-255-3700 for assistance.
Error Code: 206602
Wii Shop - Nintendo Points Card, or Wii Download Ticket Error
There appears to be a problem using the Nintendo Points Card, or a Wii Shop Download Ticket.
Make sure you are entering the number in the correct field in the Wii Shop Channel.
For Wii Points Card and Nintendo Points Card redemption,
select "Add Wii Points" from the main page of the Wii Shop Channel, and
then "Redeem Nintendo Points Card." The following screen will have a
section for entering the points card number.
To redeem a Wii Download Ticket number, such as for the Wii
Speak Channel, select "Settings and Features" from the main page of the
Wii Shop Channel, and then, "Wii Download Ticket." The following screen
will have a section for entering the download ticket number.
After verifying you are entering the number in the correct
location, retry the number again and make sure it is being entered
There may be a temporary issue with the Wii Shop Channel. Please wait awhile and try your connection again.
If the above steps did not resolve the issue, and you continue to
experience problems, please call 1-800-255-3700 so that we can assist
There may be a problem with your connection on the Wii. I would try erasing the connection on the Wii and starting over. If that still doesn't work, when is the last time you updated?
The Wii may not be able to use the wireless it has because of the broadcast channel from the router. You would need to go into the routers settings and change the channel to either 1 or 11. The default is usually 6 but that tends to be weak. Retry the connection.
Error codes within that range usually refer to a communication problem with Nintendo's network.
:1: Make sure your Wii has an internet connection, you can test this using the shopping channel, internet channel or by sending a Wii-mail to a freand.
::2: Go in to the setting panel and run a firmware (system) update to ensure you have the latest firmware.
:::3: Try again at a less busy time of day, 15:00 on a week day is usually quiet.
If you still have problems after a firmware (system) update message back.