|This post is one of several on how to fix problems with your Nintendo Wii. To see the entire list, click here for the Nintendo Wii Repair Guide.|
An infrequent but yet annoying problem with your Nintendo Wii is if it stops keeping accurate track of time. It can cause a various array of issues, and there are a couple of way to fix it.
Here are the details:
If the Wii console isn't keeping track of the time when it is unplugged from the wall, then the system's internal battery needs to be replaced. This replacement can only be performed by Nintendo technicians. Please click here for repair options. (How to do it yourself guide coming soon!)
If the Wii console does not keep proper time while plugged in, then there appears to be a problem with the Wii console itself and the system will need to be repaired. Please click here for repair options.
Please Note: The Wii uses a 24-hour clock -- also known as "military time" -- rather than a 12-hour clock (for example: 4:00 p.m. appears as 16:00). The clock does not automatically adjust for Daylight Savings Time.