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My guess would be that the fuse in the plug has blown. Try replacing the fuse and try plugging the power supply back into the mains power socket but do not connect it to the Wii. If the power goes again and the fuse blows then the power supply is faulty. If the power in the house stays on then try plugging the power connector into the Wii and see if it works.
Sounds like it overloaded the Wiis power supply when the power went back on. You should call Nintendo to try and have it looked at under warranty. How old is your Wii? Did you have a surge protector plugged in at the time?
I just had the same problem as everyone else. I had a brief power loss and our new Wii system's power would no longer work. To fix the problem, I unplugged everything from our Wii and unplugged the power cord from the outlet. I let the system set for 10 minutes and re-plugged the power only. That did the trick. Then I was able to plug everything back up and we are now back to playing.
Supposedly, doing the steps above resets the Wii according to the Nintendo online trouble shooting guide.