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My wii blew a fuse and i want to know what to look for

If my wii has blown a fuse, what would that fuse look like and where would it be located inside the console?

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Hello the fuse inside is made of glass if you open the wii up you should see the power supply the fuse might have a cover over it, if the fuse is black it's blown, if you put a nother 1 in and blows again the then you have a dead short somewhare make sure the power off. good luck.

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