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    Bricked Wii; are there any solutions?

    Hello,
    I have a bricked Wii and I can't find solution for that almost for a year. So i have a 2008 model of Wii, which ran 4.0E. It was sofmoded and the problems occurred when I tried to uninstall the softmod. So the symptoms are:
    • There is no A/V signal from my Wii, although it is on;
    • After turning on my Wii it searches for a disc, if it is on, it starts spinning;
    • The blue light in the disc drive flashes once;
    • It seems as if it doesn't react to SD card, as I have tried dozens of guides for reviving a Wii using a SD card and any helped;
    • It seems that WiiMote cannot pair with a Wii.


    So these are the problems, how could I solve them and make my Wii work again ?

    Thanks!!

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    Can u turn the wii on with the wii remote?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    Can u turn the wii on with the wii remote?
    No, I can't. But it turns on while pressing the ON button on the Wii

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    Bad bluetooth module, renew it an u should be good to go

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    Bad bluetooth module, renew it an u should be good to go
    Just like that? Because before bricking my Wii, the WiiMote worked perfectly so I thought that it might be software issue rather than hw.

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    Obviously i don't know for definite, but if the wii remote cannot power on the wii then the bluetooth module is detached or bad, they are only cheap so its defo worth a go

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    Obviously i don't know for definite, but if the wii remote cannot power on the wii then the bluetooth module is detached or bad, they are only cheap so its defo worth a go
    Got that I have also tried Nintendo GameCube Controller but there was no luck

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    It won't, because the bluetooth module is bad! I have seen this many times u may not be bricked and is just a coincidence the bluetooth module packed up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    It won't, because the bluetooth module is bad! I have seen this many times u may not be bricked and is just a coincidence the bluetooth module packed up.
    Great, thanks for your help! I'll try one. BTW, would this one Replacement Bluetooth Module for Nintendo Wii, New, UK | eBay work?

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    That looks like it mate. Let us know how u get on

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