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Wii updating do not turn the power off

I've never had any problems whatsoever, and I've been turning it off every night since January.

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With that said, I'd say it's perfectly safe for you to switch off the power every time you use it.If unpluging your Wii from the wall would break it, then the Designers of the system would have to be pretty stupid, huh?No unpluging your system will not break the Wii, If you think about it, your question is kind of silly.You're browsing the Game FAQs Message Boards as a guest.Sign Up for free (or Log In if you already have an account) to be able to post messages, change how messages are displayed, and view media in posts.I've checked the power cord and it's all plugged in..the Wii just won't turn ..anyone have any ideas? It's not the thing that protects the circuit boards from overheating it's the heatsinks.

Most of the time, it causes green dots to appear on screen thanks to the gpu getting to hot, but occasionally it can brick wiis. I've seen and heard reports of it bricking consoles that haven't been turned on for months since the fan doesn't cool it off when on standby. I have my wiiconnect24 on and havnt touched my wii in over 3-4 months. I've seen and heard reports of it bricking consoles that haven't been turned on for months since the fan doesn't cool it off when on standby. Those green dots are from the gpu failing due to a defective heatsink Defective heatsinks were the cause and those are largely restriced to launch units.

I guess we stay here then..." I leave mine off (red light) because I have no need for standby.

if it's been awhile then I would guess that it's not doing any damage to it.

Moreover, even if he were staring at his Wii while Wii Connect24 was bricking his Wii he wouldn't see a damn thing because he can't look inside, genius.5.

[QUOTE="catfishmoon23"]Did you have Wii Connect24 on? I've seen and heard reports of it bricking consoles that haven't been turned on for months since the fan doesn't cool it off when on standby. I have my wiiconnect24 on and havnt touched my wii in over 3-4 months.

I have to say from experience that after a storm caused a power surge in my house, my Wii still works at 100% to this day, and the power outage occured back in January.