Question about Nintendo Wii Console
Either power supply problem or blown surface mount fuse on the main board. First check all SMD fuses on the main board, and the fuse on the power supply board. If the power supply board fuse has blown replace it and try again, if it blows again you need to replace the power supply. If the power supply seems OK check all SMD fuses on the main board. There are 7 on the V3 and about a dozen on the V4 / V5 / V6.
NOTE.... you have to open the console to do this ...
I hope this help in solving the problem.....
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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