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    help. my wii won't power on

    help. my wii won't power on. it works all the time and today when i power on, nothing is working. no light no nothing. wii won;t power on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by catdog215 View Post
    help. my wii won't power on. it works all the time and today when i power on, nothing is working. no light no nothing. wii won;t power on.
    now it works after resetting the power. i follow this guide | Nintendo - Customer Service | Wii - Power Problems
    1. unplug AC adapter and must remain unplugged at both ends for a full 2 minutes
    2. after full 2 minutes, plug to wall AC outlet.
    now it works.. so happy


    would any1 know what cause this problem? my wii always plug to surge protector and when stop play i just power off.
    1TB WD ExHD: 100Gb FAT32, The rest is WBFS
    System 4.2u using ModMii for Windows to softmod
    WiiFlow 2.2Alpha2 r228
    Completely Virginize Any 4.2 SoftModded Wii

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    It's untelling with your amount of details. If it doesn't happen again, shake it off and don't worry. If you're sticking to our guides then I can promise you're fine unless there was an act of god like lightning when you were doing a system update.

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    It's just a guess but I'd say it's an issue with the power supply and not the Wii. maybe leaving it unpowered for a time period allows a capacitor to discharge? I have read that before but I always assumed it was just BS answer that you hear from tech support.

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