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I have had this problem. But for me it was were for some reason if power to home goes out and comes back on (due to weather or really anything) the wii will not work ever again in the same wall socket. the wii reacts this way for reasons unknown to me, but when I plugged it into a different socket even on the same outlet it works. what i do now is keep it plugged into a surge protector and turn off protector when not using wii. I hope this is your issue, if so the wii will still work fine in another socket. only other advice I can give is to buy a new power cord, and if that does not work then then smell the vents on the system and see if it smell like burned wires. if so your power supply has burned out and the system will need to be serviced. I hope this helps.
Try replacing the power cable, many times when there is a power surge and you do not have a surge protector it will burn out the transformer on the power cord. If you replace it and still nothing, most likely your Wii has been burned out by a power surge.
Can you borrow a friends power supply and try it? I presume you checked the fuse in the plug socket (If a UK plug.). There is a fuse in the power supply which could have blown. There is also a fuse on the power inlet on the Wii motherboard (it is coloured green). That could have blown. After that there are over 40 fusable links on the motherboard!
it might be a problem with the power converter. make sure the wall socket the wii is plugged into is working properly and you don't have a broken fuse somewhere. try a different plug to see if you can get the wii to power up at all, if not you might need to buy a new power cable.
Lets Hope So ?
Check the main fuse in the 3 Pin plug ( if UK )
replace if blown, also check the wires are tight to the plugs pins.
Is There any light Indication On The power Pack/Brick with These ?
Could be a faulty Power Pack.
Check the leads are firmly connected, quite easy to knock a cable out, with an accidental kick or push of the console et,c.
Mike @ Compurepair.
or you can remove all of the plugs from the console: AC, remote sensor, AV. This is important: You must also unplug the AC from the electrical outlet. Then wait 45 seconds, then plug the AC adapter back into the wall and your console. Power On.