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No light, no power -- Your power supply / AC Adapter is probably gone.

You can find one at the following website for $19 free shipping:

http://store.richspsxparts.com/ofniwiiacadr.html

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First turn the Wii console power OFF, and remove the AC adapter's AC plug from the power socket. Next, check wheather the disc is dirty or scratched. If it is dirty, gently wipe with a soft cloth from the center to the outside. Wait about 5 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 plus from the plug, and visit support.nintendo.com for additional troubleshooting or call 1-800-255-3700.

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First turn the Wii console power OFF, and remove the AC adapter's AC plug from the power socket. Next, check wheather the disc is dirty or scratched. If it is dirty, gently wipe with a soft cloth from the center to the outside. Wait about 5 minutes. Then plug the AC adapter's AC plug back into the power socket and turn the console power on.

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Error Occurred. Press the Eject button and remove the disc. Turn the power off and follow the instructions in the console 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 cloth from the center to the outside. Wait about 5 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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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 cloth from the center to the outside. Wait about 5 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.

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