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Wii won't come on

When I turn on the power button the wii won't display the red light nor come on in any way. I have had my console for about 5 months. I have been playing quite often this past month with no problem at all. Is there something I can I can do manually to fix this problem?

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This happened to me this morning....we had a storm last night and turned off the TV which the Wii was plugged into....so break all contact with things that the Wii was plugged into....try unplugging EVERYTHING from all outlets, TV etc....let it sit for a few and try it again...it started right up for me

Posted on Aug 02, 2008

  • EdithCalvert Aug 02, 2008

    be sure to unplug the Wii cables from the TV...if I didn't make that clear...the TV last night powered off in the storm yesterday but the cables from the Wii into the TV were still connected....just make sure that the Wii is clear from being plugged into anything...I am not technical but maybe the TV was not allowing the Wii to get power due to the storm yesterday. Good Luck!!

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