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    Another Wii question

    I'm packing all my belongings tonight in a couple vans and was wondering if anyone knew if it would be okay for a Wii to sit in a van outside for a night. I know it'll be around 20 degrees, but just got it and it's my baby!


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    Re: Another Wii question

    Yeah it will be fine, with all electronics, just let them warm up before you power it on. Otherwise it will get hot quick and moisture will condense on it. Just let it sit inside for an hour or so before firing it up.


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    Re: Another Wii question

    I would assume when they get shipped, that they sit in the back of a semi in all sorts of weather.
    I'd still try to keep it inside, if you could.



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    Re: Another Wii question

    It sat in a cold trailer as it was shipped across country to whatever store it purchased at so it will be OK. I mean, geez man, it is a Wii not a hamster.



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    Re: Another Wii question

    Should be fine, just cover it with something so no one sees it in the window and steals it!



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    Re: Another Wii question

    Thats what I was thinking, but if I break this one, it could be awhile before I get another I better pack it before I'm tempted to bust it out and play it again.


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    Re: Another Wii question

    Quote Originally Posted by C.John View Post
    It sat in a cold trailer as it was shipped across country to whatever store it purchased at so it will be OK. I mean, geez man, it is a Wii not a hamster.

    Wouldn't you kill a hamster for a Wii? :)


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    Re: Another Wii question

    Quote Originally Posted by mjones34 View Post
    Wouldn't you kill a hamster for a Wii? :)
    Hamster? No. Cat? Yes.



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    Re: Another Wii question

    Im sure itll be fine, but you can try to insulate it in a couple blankets or something to keep it from getting too cold.


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    Re: Another Wii question

    Cold does not matter to electronics. You are fine. Alkaline batteries will freeze when it gets below 0, but that is about the only electronic thing you have to worry about in the cold weather.


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    Re: Another Wii question

    Quote Originally Posted by brianhos View Post
    Cold does not matter to electronics. You are fine. Alkaline batteries will freeze when it gets below 0, but that is about the only electronic thing you have to worry about in the cold weather.
    Sure Brian. Just ignore the little battery that runs the BIOS :P



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    Re: Another Wii question

    Quote Originally Posted by jumbopackage View Post
    Sure Brian. Just ignore the little battery that runs the BIOS :P
    Not alkaline, those are lithium batteries usually.


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