Question about Nintendo Wii Console
Wanting to play my wii one morning, I noticed that it wouldn't turn on. I tried a different plug, and changed the fuse... but nothing. Still didn't turn on. Everything connected to the extension socket stopped working in the same way, except the TV.
I have tried to play the wii in different plug sockets but still... doesn't work.
But this is what gets me... The wii was in NO WAY connected to its AC adapter. No electricity must have been going through it. So I Don't know whats wrong, either its the Adapter that powers the wii that may be broken, or the actual Wii itself.
I had the same problem here. Found out that the power supply has a built in fuse and is real sensitive to small electrical spikes. I replace power supply under store warranty.
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
Common problem to have the ac power supply broken i would replace that first.
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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