Question about Nintendo DS Lite Console
Hi, you may just need to reset the power lead, to do this unplug it from the wii, then unplug it from the wall, now leave it all unplugged for 5 min this will allow the power lead to reset then plug it all back in and give it a try.
if after doing the above it still dont work then the chances are the wii has over heated so check if you have any warranty left as this fault is covered, if you dont then you need to find someone who can reflow the solder for you on the 2 main chips under the heat sink, this is not easy to do and could cause more harm then good so be warned.
let me know what happens after unplugging the lead ok
Posted on Nov 28, 2010
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