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Cat hair, anyone?

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Hardware' started by banned, Jan 16, 2007.

  1. banned

    banned for wii-ing

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    Has anyone had any cat hair or fur sucked into their wii through the vents yet?

    The thing doesn't have a filter on the fan does it?

    I was told to do this:
    1. take off cover
    2. remove fur
    3. cut hole in cover
    4. put hinges on surplus pastic
    5. attach surplus pastic to cover again via hinges
    6. allow cat to easily move to and from the wii via cat flap
    7. leave bowl of milk next to wii

    I've tried tweezers.

    :nonod:

    Any help, anyone?
     
  2. cannon

    cannon Nintendo FanBoy

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    Ummmm i wouldnt have a clue buddy, maybe but a vacum next to the vents and see if that does anything
     
  3. tekmo

    tekmo WiiChat Member

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    i had a similar problem, i had human hair, stuck on my vents LOL.. *girl hair*. well i used tweezers to loosen them, then used a vacuum to suck it out.and it worked perfectly.
     
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    ...of your wii this is?
     
  5. SukhKular

    SukhKular WiiChat Member

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    Hahaha... I saw that one coming.
     
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    hmmm..this might not help now but I suggest more strategic placement of the wii in the future.
     
  7. SLrocket

    SLrocket Rockets In '08!!!

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    just put a porous filter over the vents.
     
  8. Solard

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    i have a big shedding cat... luckily i have somewhere to put the wii where she cant reach...
     
  9. VashTheStampede

    VashTheStampede Bomb pro.

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    not sure bout vacume cleaner cuz it cood damage the wii in a way mabey
    but to stop it from happening put some realy thin material over the vent to filter the hair.
     
  10. Solard

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    punch wide holes in a gauz cotton swab and put it over the wii's vent? (the vent on the bottom out be protected by the stand but the one on the side and top, maybe put it next to a wall and apply the gauz on top? idk, dont want to start a fire :p
     

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