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With the Wii system, when you hit the power button, it goes into Standby mode. That is the yellow light. In standby mode, the system draws a little bit of power, and it will go into a ready to play state faster than when Off. Holding the power button FULLY powers off the Wii system, and that will give you the red light. Hope this helps!
I don't know about the Wii but I know what happens with the light on the Wii
Green - The Wii Console is on
Yellow - You are connected to Wiiconnect24. It's harsh not to keep the "Yellow" light on because it could overheat the Wii Console. So if it's "Yellow", put your finger on the "Power" Button and keep it there for a long time. When you push it, it will start with Yellow then turn to Green then keep the finger there for a while then will turn to Red
Red - The Wii Console is off
Blue - You are connected to Wiiconnect24. When it turns Blue, It means you are getting a message from the Wii Console or on Standby Mode
It occurs when your wii in the Standby, but WiiConnect24 is enabled with Standby Connection is enabled. the content
can also be received when the Wii is left in standby mode.
WiiConnect24 can be turned on or off via the setup setting. While the console is in standby, the power LED indicates the current
status of the standby connection,
Red indicating Standby - wiiConnect is
Yellow indicating Standby - Connect mode is on. If you hold the power button for 3-4 seconds, the
Wii goes into standby mode with Standby Connect off. and WiiConnect24 will not operate until
the console is turned on.
Yellow just means that it's on standby. If there's a new message or there's an update, your Wii will start blinking blue.
If you want to turn it completely off, just go to the Wii menu, Click
the Wii icon (Options), then click Wii settings, click the right arrow
to get to Wii System Settings 2, then click on Wii Connect 24, then
click on Standby Connection, then click off.
Don't worry about the heat. It's normal when you have it on standby.
its ok all that means is that it is connected to the wii 24 channel or something like that.......basically it means that it is still connected and working with the internet dont panic its like that on mine...
I had this problem too. It was just because I had the wrong cord that
goes from the Wii to the t.v. I had a green, blue, and red for the
video. And a red and white for the audio, while my T.V. only took
yellow for the video. I just went out and bought the right cord that
instead of having green, blue, 2 reds, and a white, just had a yellow,
red, and white.
Hope this helps.
Your Wii is set to be on 24 connect. When you turn it off it goes into a stand by mode that allows it to get data for the weather, news, and shop channel. As well as get emails in. Its fine like it is. But if you want it to turn off, you'll have to go into the options and disable the Wii 24 Connect.