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The Wii is just like any other piece of technology on the planet it has one thing in common with all technology, it can stop working suddenly! At least when this happens the Wii will tell you what it is that went wrong and it will tell you this with numeric codes in most cases. These codes in turn will tell you how to fix what went wrong and that is if you already know how to work on a game console.
If however you do not know how to work on a game console you can still learn how to repair your Wii and save money doing it with a do it yourself Wii repair guide! In this article we will look at error codes and what they mean and how to troubleshoot them. Some of the issues that Wii’s have are hardware related and in turn the Wii has hardware codes to offer you in order to tell you what is wrong.
Lets look at how to fix a Wii:
110231, 110211, 110212 are error codes related to hardware only problems that arise during system updating. In these cases if under warranty or not the unit will need to go to an authorized service center for troubleshooting when these codes are present.
51130, this error code is a “bootup” issue and if you see it on your screen then press and hold the power button for sixty seconds and then power up again. If the code appears again then press the units “retry” button over and over for a few attempts and then hopefully the Wii will function correctly!
52030 and 32002 are Wii router error codes and the easiest way to correct this issue is just to change the channel on the Wii’s router. Try switching from channel 1 to channel 11 if this does not help the issue then reset the console security setting from standard WEP to WPA or in some cases just disable security temporarily altogether and see if that fixes the issue.
The last error code we will look at is error code 220602 which happens to be another Wii router error. If you see this error code pop up then move your Wii closer to the router and see if it starts working correctly, this would mean that there was a communication range issue that you have just fixed! If this does not fix the issue then change your primary and secondary DNS servers on your game console and this should fix the problem!
Please call our Wireless Router Support Helpline on +1-844-659-0555 and talk to a Router Expert. Our dedicated team will help your fix all the issues that you are facing with your Wireless Routers or Wireless Repeaters or Range Extenders.