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Old 14-06-2007   #1
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how do i stop my wii from....

I have trouble when i ptu my wii on the side it gets so hot that cuts off, it sits on side on the carpet, how can i stop that???????
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well for one dont put it on the carpet.. its never good to do that.. i'd say put it in the vertical stand bcuz mines like that & it never gets hot
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and Keep it in a open area
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I've never left mine on its side on carpet, on glass (tv stand) yes, but not on carpet. I suggest setting up a floor fan right next to it, blowing away from it.
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thanks i'll do that
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if you want to put it on the carpet grab a piece of cardboard from like a cereal box and put it underneath it. carbet gives off static electricity and at one point can fry the system.

as for cooling, i would recommend pelican as a brand to go with if you want to go that route. i just looked and they dont offer a cooler right now, they just updated and have a controller sleve and some accessories (golf club). also, they have a console stand that you can probably get off amazon for 5 bucks.

reason i say use pelican is because of thier warranty and the no questions asked console replacement policy.
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I have trouble when i ptu my wii on the side it gets so hot that cuts off, it sits on side on the carpet, how can i stop that???????
nerdblurb.com has confirmed that the wii 24 hour internet thing extremely heats up the console. turn that off you should be golden.
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it does true, they built it to be a 24 hour system
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Well, its the carpet doing it harm, its sucking in dust, and all the out vents are surrounded by carpet, Carpet is probably worse than running it in a sealed glass box, because of all the muck that will sit on the chips inside, and get in the laser etc.
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