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    hey guys i fixed my wii. it sure was my bluetooth module it was loose. it was a pain to take apart the wii though, needed a tri screw lol. thx again for everyones help
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    Sweet!! Glad it was an easy fix for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by photopros View Post
    hey guys i fixed my wii. it sure was my bluetooth module it was loose. it was a pain to take apart the wii though, needed a tri screw lol. thx again for everyones help
    Glad to hear. I told you those BT modules come loose! I was just working on one tonight that had the same problem.

    I must admit I do enjoy being able to buy perfectly good consoles for $30 just because the BT came loose!
    Last edited by nightstah; 09-07-2010 at 09:14 PM. Reason: Edited out Quoted Objectionable Language
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    Streamline, I have had many the same too.

    Because I target black screened Wii's (they sell for less and usually need the nand reflashing) sometimes i get lucky with a loose BT module. One day 5 out of 6 that arrived were that.

    You can actually replace the BT module just by removing the front cover, you dont need to take the whole wii apart. just need to get the knack of it.

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    Yeah, I order from a electronic liquidator in quantities of 10 and I get a lot with that problem. The units that need nand flashing I usually just use for parts however it's few for some reason. I've only had two so far.

    I know you can just remove the face to get the BT module out but I just happened to have one completely disassembled in front of me when I was posting so I took pictures to show the location.
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    Part about being able to replace the module was mostly directed at the OP, as they mentioned having to take apart the whole wii.

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