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    i mean the wii controller, sorry:P

    the controller doesnt turn on (no blue light)
    Last edited by frankie88; 12-08-2009 at 02:20 AM.

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    I didn't ask you that.

    Pressing the power button on the Wiimote would normally bring the Wii out of Red state and into Green power on state, the Wiimote would not be synched yet and would still be appearing as off.

    If you can get the Wii to come on with the remote then you are bricked.

    If you cannot get the Wii to come on with the remote then you may have a bluetooth module failure.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    thx a lott!!!!

    i guess i have a bluetooth module failure!
    do u have any idea how can i fix it??
    is it normal that something like this happens?
    is it cz of the homebrew?

    i really appreciate ur help! thx!
    Last edited by frankie88; 12-08-2009 at 02:51 AM.

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    It happens sometimes and it's not normally related to homebrew as it is a hardware failure.

    The bluetooth module is a small add-in card that sits on the Wii motherboard above the SD slot. Replacing will require cracking the Wii case open and swapping the old card out and fitting the new one in it's place, and will invalidate any warranty you have.

    If you look at the image you should be able to see where it is



    I believe they are available from eBay and are not too expensive, not sure about Nintendo themselves as they'd normally do this under warranty or as a chargeable service.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    okay!

    THANK UU!

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