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I just recently move my entertainment center around and plug all of including the Wii console. so when i put everything back, plug them all in the Wii console did not work... I thought i meight have shorten out the power cord could that be true

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It's very possible. If you plug in the power source for you Wii and no light comes on at the power button for the Wii, it is a problem with the power cord. If not, it may be a problem with the Wii itself. Test this out to see whether you need to get a new power cord or to have you Wii sent in for repair.

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