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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeLdA1202
    the only part about my wii mote that works is the buttons...the sensor doesnt work on games like bowling golf ect...HELP!!! ino its not the senspor bar because the 2nd controller works fine on any game
    I think I have the same problem. It was working fine, but then it stopped working during the games. It works on the menu screen but once you start to play it doesnt work. Someone please help.

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    Component cable issues

    I use component cables to connect my Wii to my tv. When playing virtual console games, N64 games work perfectly. Games from all other consoles twitch from side to side so much as to be unplayable. When I switch cables to the standard red, white, and yellow cables, the problem goes away. Any ideas? It's annoying to have to have the Wii connected in a different way than my other consoles...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wii x
    My wii shuts down after a couple of hours of gameplay , i go and feel it and its super hot. What should i do.. This has been happening after the last update.oh and when i was updating with the last update it did the same while updating and it was super hot .
    I had this when my Wii was new. I found that the cooling fan was not actually running. I poked it with a paper clip and all was well, no more overheating and no more lockups. Check the fan.

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    Won't Turn On

    Has anyone had problems with their Wii not responding to anything? Mine won't turn on manually or through the "Wiimote". The small LED light isn't green or red. It's completely off and it won't turn on. I had this problem with my Gamecube a long time ago but at least with my Gamecube, LOZ: TP wasn't trapped inside along with my game data. I contacted Nintendo, but they have yet to email me back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STKR
    Has anyone had problems with their Wii not responding to anything? Mine won't turn on manually or through the "Wiimote". The small LED light isn't green or red. It's completely off and it won't turn on. I had this problem with my Gamecube a long time ago but at least with my Gamecube, LOZ: TP wasn't trapped inside along with my game data. I contacted Nintendo, but they have yet to email me back.
    ok, I got some questions for you since this has happened before:

    1. is this and old house or apartment?
    2. did the power went out at you house recently?
    3. do you have a surge preotector? and if yes, is the wii conected to it?
    4. have you tried a different outlet?

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    My Wii shuts off after about 15 mintues of playing a game or doing anything on the Wii. I've tried what Nintendo has suggested(unplugging everything, waiting 45 seconds, then plugging it back in) but this hasn't worked. Can someone help me or tell me if I'm doing something wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mau
    ok, I got some questions for you since this has happened before:

    1. is this and old house or apartment?
    2. did the power went out at you house recently?
    3. do you have a surge preotector? and if yes, is the wii conected to it?
    4. have you tried a different outlet?
    1. It's not an old house, but it isn't brand new either. It was built in the mid 90s I believe.
    2. Yes. It went out yesterday afternoon.
    3. I have no idea. I didn't even think about a power outage messing up the console. It never effects anything.
    4. Yes. My Wii is plugged into one of the large extension cables with around eight additional plugs. There are only three things plugged into it though, including the console.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STKR
    1. It's not an old house, but it isn't brand new either. It was built in the mid 90s I believe.
    2. Yes. It went out yesterday afternoon.
    3. I have no idea. I didn't even think about a power outage messing up the console. It never effects anything.
    4. Yes. My Wii is plugged into one of the large extension cables with around eight additional plugs. There are only three things plugged into it though, including the console.
    ok, when connecting a lot of stuff into one outlet is not safe, first because when they build the house, sometimes one outlet is an extension of another, so you might only have 3 connected in that end, but if an extension of that outlet you have connected 2 more that would make 5 in the same electrical system. thats why when you are connecting more than one thing in the outlet, you NEED a surge protector to be safe. And also, the surge protector, protects you from high power going thru the electrical system out to your electronics, that thats what probably happened when the power came back up, it just fried the wii... sorry

    thats my diagnostic




    Quote Originally Posted by Sillyhat
    My Wii shuts off after about 15 mintues of playing a game or doing anything on the Wii. I've tried what Nintendo has suggested(unplugging everything, waiting 45 seconds, then plugging it back in) but this hasn't worked. Can someone help me or tell me if I'm doing something wrong.
    it seems overheating, I think
    is the wii in a cabinet or a very closed area? are you using the wii stand? does the sun gets to the wii?

    if not, talk to nintendo, you need a new one.
    Last edited by Mau; 05-12-2007 at 06:25 PM.

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    it seems overheating, I think
    is the wii in a cabinet or a very closed area? are you using the wii stand? does the sun gets to the wii?

    if not, talk to nintendo, you need a new one.
    Yeah thats what it seems to be but it's not in a closed area, I'm not using the stand and there is absolutely no sun near it. I called Nintendo and I'm sending it in for repair, so hopefully it doesn't take too long to fix the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sillyhat
    Yeah thats what it seems to be but it's not in a closed area, I'm not using the stand and there is absolutely no sun near it. I called Nintendo and I'm sending it in for repair, so hopefully it doesn't take too long to fix the problem.
    if you were not using the stand, and the wii was vertical, that was the problem. The wii has the fan underneath it, so you need that space under the wii. Now if you were using it horizontally, well, it needs repair...

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