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My Wii console still runs after I turn it off.

My Wii console still runs after I turn off the unit. Red light is on and the unit is still running. I can unplug the power and it stops spinning. Any suggestions?

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As long as the unit is plugged in, then the red light will still be there, that is just how the console works.

If you mean that it is spinning the disc, then I can't help you. If it really annoys you take out the disc after your done, and then it shouldn't spin. Unless I'm missing something that you need to specify, that's the only thing I can think of.

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