1. Mii_Maker

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    I wanna buy a new adapter for my wii because the old one is broken and I want a genuine one.
    How to discriminate between the fake and real wii adapter?
     
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    What kind of adapter are you talking about? Network adapter? AC(Power) Adapter? Video cords?
     
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    Normally adaptor is a power adapter. Most Nintendo devices have atleast 1 Nintendo logo on them :)
     
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    I'm mainly talking about The AC(Power) Adapter.
    Also, I wanna know how to spot fake Wii Network Adapter and Video Cord too.
     
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  5. HNKii

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    As advised by the guy above, official Nintendo accessories have at least a Nintendo logo on them. (However many counterfeits may still do)
    It's easy to identify a counterfeit AC adapter: knock-off ones are light (real ones are heavy) and are compatible with 110V~240Volts (official adapters only support either 1xxVoltes or 2xxVolts)
     
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