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    black screen of death case?

    I have a letterbombed black 4.3u (its been downgraded to 4.1u after mauifrog guide)

    I have a recent NAND backup and KEY file

    I've been using Configuable USB loader (V70) and have been installing my new games

    I recently installed my new copy of LoZ: Skyward Sword, played it for a few hours and went to bed... (gamestop sold out of the limited edition in 15minutes!)

    I boot the system up, and i get just a black screen and a blue light...

    I tried to sync wiimotes, no avail... think its a brick...

    no boot screen, priiloader will not launch... nothin...

    is there a similar "how to" guide? or am i screwed?
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    What the heck is a black light??? You mean it will not power on?

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    yeah that light lol

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    Unplug your wii from the wall for 5 minutes, then plug it back in. The power supplies have a built in surge feature that shuts them down. Leaving them unplugged for awhile resets the supply.

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    saved the day... so it overheated?

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    No it didn't overheat. The power supplies have a built in surge protection function. Same thing happened to me about a year ago and I was scared to death that my wii was fried. It was only because of purchasing an extended warranty and making a ton of phone calls that the Best Buy folks informed me about the power supply. Glad you aren't out a Wii!

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