Question about Nintendo Wii Console
Do you have it plugged in? If you do did you check the volts of the console, maybe you plugged it in a wrong outlet and it overloaded, if so you should get it checked by an expert.
If that didn't happen maybe your console is defective, if you just bought it today you should use the warranty while you can, if you just got it from Ebay, then you may just need to repair it.
Again, it's best to get the console checked out.
Posted on May 25, 2011
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