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    When I left it on for about 30 hours or so it was hot (connect24). I just unplug my Wii every time I've finished with it just to be safe
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    Yeah Nintendo needs to release a Firmware upgrade (knowing the System can read temperatures) Like when the System is in Stand-by when it gets a Certain Degrees the fan will knock on and cool it off and then cut back off. For now i took my laptop cooler that i used and placed it under the system. When it is in Stand-by mode i cut on the fans and it keeps it very cool and them i cut it back off when the system is in use.
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    When it starts to get hot, just simply pop it in a refridgerator for around an hour and all should be fine

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    Quote Originally Posted by guitarman
    When it starts to get hot, just simply pop it in a refridgerator for around an hour and all should be fine

    Sounds like a great idea!
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    It gets hot because of Wifi. When you turn WiiConnect24 on, it turns on the Wii's Wifi system, and this system doesn't turn off even when your Wii is on standy.

    Perhaps you should get a USB fan for your Wii. My friend got one off of http://us.emvee.ca/ for $15 shipped I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guitarman
    When it starts to get hot, just simply pop it in a refridgerator for around an hour and all should be fine
    I know you are joking but the constant heat is actually better for it than the heat cycle of placing it in the fridge. If you really did that you would get cracked solder joints in no time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guitarman
    When it starts to get hot, just simply pop it in a refridgerator for around an hour and all should be fine
    Very bad idea. Condensed water will cause short circuit when you take it out from fridge.

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    Or just leave it on the Wii Main Menu and don't turn it off... That's what I do.

    The fan stays on, you stay connected, quicker access to everything (don't have to turn it on), still goes into a semi stand by after a few minutes.

    The only good reason to be afraid of leaving a system or computer for that matter on is if the fan goes out it's toast (on a PC) , but since we know the Wii can be fan less for Months without overheating and dieing there's nothing to worry about.


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    I got the wii fan stand, its a stand, a cool blue light, and a fan. Works good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wii_Pro
    I got the wii fan stand, its a stand, a cool blue light, and a fan. Works good.
    Does it work when the system is off?

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