Question about Nintendo Wii Console
Hi, my name is Shaun. i will attempt to help you with your problem. The answer to your question is "quite possibly." The electronics inside game consoles are particularly sensitive. A power spike resulting from an electrical strike on a power line or the amperage surge from the inrush current when power is restored could easily fry the delicate circuits. My best recommendation would be to have a repairman check the power supply and see if it is still good, or see if your warranty covers those types of repairs, if you have one.
Posted on May 24, 2011
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