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    we've just sold a little over 1000 presoldered ones now and we have about handful that have ever needed to be exchanged, and 1 case where it might be that its not sitting in place proper (suspected the installation was done on an angle versus straight on, causing some bent pins). So your odds are still very good going with a clip solution. The only thing is Id recommend using some electrical tape to hold it in place versus the wiiclip paper. One of the reasons our count of exchanges are low is because we test them out before we ship it out.
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    Mine is still in there and working....never had a single problem with it....Worked the first time I put it one and haven't heard a burp from it yet...And this one has to be in there for at least 6 months , maybe longer....I would highly recommend them to anyone...like I said modded my first wii in under 20 mins.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spyman View Post
    we've just sold a little over 1000 presoldered ones now and we have about handful that have ever needed to be exchanged, and 1 case where it might be that its not sitting in place proper (suspected the installation was done on an angle versus straight on, causing some bent pins). So your odds are still very good going with a clip solution. The only thing is Id recommend using some electrical tape to hold it in place versus the wiiclip paper. One of the reasons our count of exchanges are low is because we test them out before we ship it out.
    Hi Spyman, any further news on the instructional video you were going to post?

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