Question about Nintendo Wii Console
This is quite normal if your Wii console is overheating. Try disconnecting it from the power, and place it somewhere with a lot more air circulation. Leave it for a few hours at least. Then plug it back in, and see if the problem is solved. If this solves your problem, then you just need to make sure the Wii stands in a cooler place (not above the air holes from your TV / Audio amp, for example). You may also wish to place a vacuum cleaner near the air holes of your Wii to make sure it is't full of dust.
If it keeps happening, you may have to take the Wii back to the store to get it cleaned properly, and to get the fans checked.
Posted on Apr 14, 2008
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