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Wii Adapter

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Hardware' started by wiipune, Oct 29, 2009.

  1. wiipune

    wiipune WiiChat Member

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    My original wii adapter is damaged.
    I found a adapter with following ratings.

    INPUT= 230V
    OUTPUT= 12 V Dc and 5 A

    Whereas original wii has following ratings

    INPUT = 110V
    OUTPUT= 12 V Dc and 3.7 A

    Will this AC adapter work well with my WII ?
     
  2. Skippy

    Skippy WiiChat Member

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    Where are you located, in the US or somewhere else? If you're in Europe and you plug in an adapted that's only expecting 110 volts from the wall jack, but get fed 220 instead, it's not going to be happy.

    Your safest bet is to get an official replacement from Nintendo.
     
  3. wiipune

    wiipune WiiChat Member

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    I am in India.My Wii Expects 110V and I will be giving 110V but I am worried about difference between Ampere ratings.
    ie 3.7 A and 5 A. Will it make the difference.
     

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