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When in stanby i loose all power

After plugging in the Wii ande using it for however long when I shut down and the red light comes on maybe a few hours later or more red light goes out and all power is gone. if I unplug for a hour and plug it in everything is ok but will do the same thing again.

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The red light means it is in standby mode if u dont like the red light take out the plug the red light will come back after u blug it back in can u help me with my wii problem

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