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Hello there im from the philippines, i had problem with our wii nintendo, i plugged it into 220v supposedly 110v. how can you help me with this?

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Wii plugged 220


Best case scenario, you fried your power adapter and just need a new one. Mild case scenario, you killed the power input fuse on the Wii's mainboard and the fuse will need to be replaced by a technician. Worst case scenario, the fuse didn't blow fast enough and your Wii's mainboard is now fried, requiring complete replacement.

You're going to have to take it to a technician for an analysis before anything else though, so you might as well start there.

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Is it beyond repair if plugged in to 220V, but not used?


The higher voltage has burned out the unit. A step down transformer had to be used with your device.

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My Nintendo wii console was unintentionally plug to 220V, is there a fuse inside the unit?


The great thing about the Nintendo Wii is that the AC Adapter is external.

When you plug the AC adapter into a 220V, it takes the hit and dies. Your Wii should be OK.

You should only need a new AC adapter which you can get at the following website and everything should be fine with your Wii Console:

http://store.richspsxparts.com/ofniwiiacadr.html


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I bought a new nintendo wii from america and when i used for the first time in india there was a power fluctuation and bam my wii is not working. Can you pls let me know what is the problem?


this person seems to have a similar problem: http://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20071117124035AAO6gOT

I think you probably put too mush power into the wii. USA uses 110V instead of 220V so you may have fried the wii or (hopefully) only the power supply.

Feb 26, 2011 | Nintendo Wii Console

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Our wii was bought in the u.s.a. we are in the philippines. when we plug it in our 110v power outlet, it won't turn on


You'll need to find a power converter kinda like traveler power converter. Good Luck!!!

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No. If 4 LEDs are blinking, then wii remote is not sync with the Wii. In other words -- the controller does not see the Wii and the Wii does not see the controller. Click the following page on Nintendo's website to find out how to Sync the Wii Remote with the Wii:

http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/systems/wii/en_na/setupWiiRemote.jsp#Synch

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I have plugged wii in 220 volt recepatacle though it was 110 volt what to do


Hello,

There are two possible scenario's when you accidentally plug a 110V device in a 220V outlet:
1: The power supply to the device you plug in gets fried. this is your best case scenario. See if you can borrow a Wii power supply from a friend and test your console with this power supply. If this works, you just need a new power supply and all is well.
2. Your Wii gets fried. Worst case scenario: your Wii got fried. If it is still in warranty, see if they will cover this damage under the manufacturer warranty, if not, I am afraid you will either need to pay for repairs or buy a new console.

I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but plugging a 110V device in a 220V outlet generally will fry one thing or the other or even both.

Thanks for using the FixYa forums!

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Try this site www.repairwii.com. I have used them for DIY repairs.

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110V plugged to a 220V outlet


your unit is toast! sorry time to get a new one! repair parts will cost more than a new machine.

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