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Thread: I'm interested in Wii/Wii Fit Hardware Repair

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    You mean a class that meets 3 hours twice a week for a semester like at Devry or ITT Tech? I don't care about the physics behind the process, but I wouldn't mind paying someone per hour to spend some time with me explaining the various steps involved. I just don't know where to find that person. I work about 60 hours a week and wouldn't want to get involved in a course unless it was one day a week and definitely provided me with the knowledge to fix consoles.

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    I believe the word you were looking for was principles, not physics. Basic electrical principles are a must for understanding how things work --- let alone diagnosing and fixing them...

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    So the physics of the electric current aren't important so much as the principles of how the current moves across the circuitboard?

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