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Wii turns on then shuts itself off after a second

When i try to tur the wii on a yellow light comes on, the blue light in the disc area then both shut off. it last for about a second... What is also weird is that the red standby light wont come back on if i unplug it from the outlet but only if i unplug it from the wii. Can u help me?

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This is because you have wiiconnect24 turned on. wiiconnect24 keeps your wii in a standby mode so that you can receive messages when you are not playing the wii. When the disc tray is blinking blue this means you have a new message. If you want to turn wiiconnect24 off go into the wii settings menu then wiiconnect24. If you just want to turn the wii off fully then when you want to turn the wii off hold the power button on the wii down until it turns red.

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According to Nintendo u can try this. 1. push the reset button and if that doesn't work unplug all cords and memory cards (including sd) from wii and unplug av from the wii and the outlet in wall. Wait 2-3 min and then plug it back in. Thats as far as i got because that fixed my problem hope this helps someone!!!

Posted on Jun 18, 2008

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To be precise, you can turn this option off from the Wii System settings -> Wii Connect 24 -> standby connection -> off

When this setting is swiched to off, your console shuts down entirely and there is a RED light on the power button. There will be no need to turn off the console pressing the power button.

Posted on Jun 25, 2008

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If it only clicks when you put a disc in then it is out of balance and the sound is your disc smacking around inside a bit. Usally the drives will fail soon around that time

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Hold the power button on the console for 4 seconds, it should override everything keeping it on and the light will turn red. If this doesn't work sorry, thats all I know.

Posted on Mar 29, 2009

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