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When I was playing my wii there was a loud buzzing noise I tried to turn it off but it wouldn't so I unplugged my ac adapter and now it won't turn on what is the problem?

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Your Nintendo Wii seems to have some technical issues which needs to get repair. You can either send it to repair shop for repair and wait for 2-3 weeks time and a huge bill; OR you can repair it yourself at home.

I would suggest you to try Nintendo Complete Repair Guide that would save you both time and money. It is easy to understand with lots of pictures and user friendly instructions. I used it myself and am fully satisfied with what I got! This Wii Repair Manual works like magic very efficiently.

Posted on May 30, 2011

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This is a common problem with the Wii. As I said, I'm very surprised Nintnedo didn't cover this in the owners manual FAQ, considering it happens almost every time there is a power surge or the power goes out, etc.

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