A properly installed, (nintendo logo on cord facing top of console), used for the first time, DCconnector plug cannot be removed from it's jack in the back of the console by a 250 lb. man. using substantial pressure. Any ideas?
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Is the light blinking while you wiggle the plug? If so there are one of two problems one is that your cord is broke. Or two the jack on your DS is broken. Try replacing the cord first as it is cheaper.
<span>Ensure your playstation 3 is properly set up and connected to Plug the power cord for the PS3 wireless controller into one of the usb ports on the front of the PlayStation 3.<span><br /><br /></span><span>Plug the power cord for the PS3 wireless controller into one of the USB ports on the front of the PlayStation 3.<span><br />Plug the other end of the power cord into the access port on the top of your wireless controller.Allow the wireless controller to charge, leaving it plugged into the PlayStation 3 undisturbed for several hours to gain a full charge.Disconnect the PS3 wireless controller from the power cord. Press the PS button to start up the PlayStation 3. The PS button is in the middle of the controller. It is clear and displays the PlayStation logo of a letter P and a letter S molded together into one shape.Use the wireless controller to control the PlayStation 3, exactly as you would have with a corded controller for earlier PlayStations.<br /><span><br /><br /></span></span></span></span>
Make sure the plugs EXACTLY match the jacks on the TV. If you plug just the green cord into the TVs yellow jack, you will get black and white. If your tv has a combo jack (uses the green of a component input, make sure that the tv is on the right input (COMPONENT and not VIDEO).
What color is the power light when the system shuts off?
Red: If the power light is red, or flashing red, when the system turns off, then the system's battery needs to be charged.
Blue: If the power light is blue when the
system turns off, then there appears to be a problem with the system and
it will need to be repaired.
If the orange recharge indicator light blinks while the system is
plugged in and charging, then it is likely that the battery is not
If you have ensured that the battery is installed properly but the orange
light still blinks, check to make sure that the battery is a licensed
by Nintendo. The only licensed Nintendo DSi battery will have the model
number "TWL-003" (Nintendo DSi) or "UTL-003" (Nintendo DSi XL) and will
display Nintendo's logo. Call 1-800-255-3700 if you still need help.
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Step One: Purchase the Wii Lens Cleaner directly from NINTENDO. This can be done online at nintendo.com. Contact their support team if you are experiencing disc read errors, as you may be eligible for a free Lens Cleaner.
Step Two: Plug the Wii into an outlet and eject any game that might be in the system.
Step Three: Release no more than three drops of the liquid onto the cleaning pad. Too much cleaning fluid could be harmful to the system's internal components.
Step Four: Place the lens cleaner into the Wii's disc slot. Make sure that the system is powered on and that the blue lines on the cleaner are vertical. The Lens Cleaner should be inserted with the top facing the right side of the system when vertical, and the top when the system is laid horizontally.
Step Five: Move the Lens Cleaner gently up and down in vertically-oriented systems and left to right in horizontally-oriented systems. Move it 3/4 of an inch between 10 and twenty times.
Step Six: Press "Eject" to remove the Lens Cleaner. You should not need to use any force to remove it