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    Strange Wii Problem

    hi guys.

    got a strange problem over here,

    got a mainboard here, when i plug the power cable on the board, the red light shine.
    when pressing the on button nothing happens, the red light stay on,
    same thing when i remove the bluetooth module.
    when i plug in a broken bluetooth module the wii starts up. and i can come into the recovery menu.
    put the good bluetooth module back, same thing redlight stay on, and the wii dont startup..

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    A red light that won't go away usually means you have a short somewhere. Are you sure the good BT module is actually good?
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    Your good module isnt good.

    This happens with a broken Bluetooth module sometimes.

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    Actually, the fact its doing the same with no module is weird.

    Have you tried without both wifi and bluetooth?

    If the board doesn't go green with both modules removed then there's definitely an issue with the board.

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    Sounds like it has something to do with the socket that the BT module plugs into. Maybe there's something conductive inside it that shouldn't be there.
    Last edited by streamlinehd; 12-22-2010 at 03:52 AM.
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    Already look at it, looks fine.
    could it be a fuse some where on the mainboard?
    is there a diagram where the fuse are?




    Quote Originally Posted by streamlinehd View Post
    Sounds like it has something to do with the socket that the BT module plugs into. Maybe there's something conductive inside it that shouldn't be there.

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    If it was a fuse, it wouldnt have any power.

    You didnt answer my question.

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    yes try it w


    yes try without bloutooth and wifi module,
    no differtent stil same problem



    Quote Originally Posted by Bad_Ad84 View Post
    If it was a fuse, it wouldnt have any power.

    You didnt answer my question.

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    Well as said, it wouldn't be the fuses as you wouldn't get standby either.

    I'd have to agree with streamlinehd and say its an issue with the bluetooth connector.. could be damaged from a knock etc.

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    bluetooth connector, you mean the little socket on the board, where the module hooked in??

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