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    Wii AC adapter may be fried

    Hello all,

    I have bought a Wii console in the U.S. and we have used it in Turkey by plugging it to a 220-120 voltage converter.
    The problem is, my kid, finding Wii unplugged from the converter, he used a plug adapter to plug the AC adapter to a 220 V outlet. Now Wii does not work, and I am hoping that only the AC adapter is fried. A voltmeter shows no voltage between the two holes of the adapter, but I am not even sure if that's the way to test the adapter output. According to this forum, a 220-V adapter should work for our Wii, but may this event have also ruined the console?

    Best wishes for all,
    Hurol Aslan

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