Hello, I'm on latest firmware. Everything was fine until I started getting the error code 165-2738 on the gamepad not allowing it to be used. The Console on the other hand works fine.
When I get the error code, I press and maintain the power button on the gamepad for a few seconds until it turns off (sometimes it turns off but the screen seems to be on, just black background) then I press the power button again for it to turn on, then one of the following happens to the gamepad:
1- Turns on and works normally.
2- Turns on but then same error code appears.
3- It won't turn on and the led light (next to power button) becomes blue then fades. In this case the only solution I have found is to charge it a bit (the led light change to orange and remains on even if I unplug the charger) then turn it on. And sometimes I have to remove the AC cable from the console for 15 seconds for it to turn on, or even remove the battery. Some other times none of the solutions work.
I am assuming that maybe it's due a mother board issue.
Any help is appreciated I tried looking for the codes on Nintendo website but nothing!! How come they don't have a list of all the error codes hopefully this won't require opening the gamepad or replacing parts.
Thanks in advance
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I forgot to say that the charging light never turns off, even if unplugged again. I have to press the power button for a few seconds or have to unplug the battery again.
von Franz Miketta
Mine has the same problem
von John Hernandez
Same here. Tried a new battery and the same thing happens. I opened it up and everything looks fine - no cables loose or anything.
hey i think you might have the same probloum as me i turn on my wii u ready to play mk8 the blue light fades and never comes back i think ps i fully charged it so is that the issue? oh yeah the touch screen is fine as a matter of fact when i turn off display it turns back on but gose away when the display is turned back on
Same issue here. Press power button, blue light comes on then fades away and nothing on the screen. It started after one of my kids hit it really hard. Nothing obviously broken though, and all internal cables connected where they should be. I hear it may be a bad LCD assembly or motherboard. I just don't want to spend the money on either of the two parts unless I know with certainty which one will fix it.
von Marco Salvatori
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