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Overheating?

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Chat' started by Darkside7000, Dec 5, 2006.

  1. Darkside7000

    Darkside7000 Luke Perry for President!

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    Im just wondering, do you think my Wii will experience any problems if I put it in my shed? My room is to small to play in it, I have the smallest room in the house, and the TV in my shed is alot bigger an better and our shed is sorta like a games room with internet, table tennis, TV, austar, air hockey (and a pool table for XMas) so it would make more sense to have it out there, and i'll also need it out there for internet anyway. So my question is will the Wii/Sensor bar etc. overheat or get damaged if I leave it out there? It gets VERY hot during the day (especially during summer) and the air con out there is ****. So hot I cant even go out there until about 5-6PM, but I mainly play videogames later in the day anyways.
     
  2. intekmdma

    intekmdma Add me and i'll add you!

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    Did u get extended warranty? I've never needed to use any but... it's something u can get your mind off of
     
  3. Darkside7000

    Darkside7000 Luke Perry for President!

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    Yeh. I'll just see how it goes, always can get a new one, but it would be nice to know if the temperature is going to be a problem.
     

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