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    Opening it might have damages it, like said. But if you say that there is no LED on, then the most likely reason is, that your wii isn't getting power. So the problem, like most people have said, is with the plugs, and the power adapter. If you have a friend who has a wii, try testing his power adapter on your wii. If it still won't work, you've got a broken wii, so you better send it to get replaced or fixed, again as suggested. DON'T OPEN IT! You could loose your warranty if you open it, so it's safest not to. Hope you get it to work

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    The Wii batteries could also be the problem. Have you found the problem yet?

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    make sure ur cords are completely plugged in, on both sides, (the outlet and the wii) then press the power button on the wii. if that dosent work, try turning it on with one of your wiimotes. if that dosent work, that means your wiimote is not syncranized with your wii. to sync. it, open the sd card cover on the front of the wii. press the red button above the sd card slot. then open the bottom of your wiimote, (where the batteries are) and press the small red button that should be beside the batteries. then hold the wiimote close to the wii. then after its done flashing, press the power button on the wiimote

    and also, try plugging your power cord into another outlet. see if that works.
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    heh this happenend to my PS2 yesterday!
    It turned out that the power strip was dissconnected....you may have the same problem...you could try opening it up and seeing whats wrong with it..either that or call Nintendo if your too scared!
    You should study how the Wii works...
    just dont panic...yor Wii is probably fine, theres probably just a small problem that you can easily fix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madmanhaz
    my wii is not responding to anthing at all! i havent played it much i left it at my house for a month whilst i went to america, there is no led on the console and im worried!
    This happened to me the other day and the problem was that the AC Adaptor plug's fuse had blown, so try replacing the fuse. It can happen at any time; i've only had my Wii a month.

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    You should probably trust him since he has experience.

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    sorted lads! thanks alot changed the fuse and its done! woop no need to panic this forum is ace!

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    Consider plugging the Wii (and the TV) into a surge suppressor. Not a surge protector but specifically suppressor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madmanhaz
    sorted lads! thanks alot changed the fuse and its done! woop no need to panic this forum is ace!
    Excellent, glad to hear.

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    this may be my problem where is the fuse located

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