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    Anyone want to repair my wii?

    I need the chip replaced and the lens replaced. I can honestly say i don't trust nintendo. Just some questions?

    Do i need to send a replacement lens to you?
    Do i need to send a replacement chipset to you?
    How much is this gona cost?

    My warranty is up for nintendo, since my wii is a little over 2 years old. I know there is a couple mod chip installers around here, so i was hoping/assuming that you could repair wiis too. ( Well not really repair, just replace some pieces) Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crwys View Post
    I need the chip replaced and the lens replaced. I can honestly say i don't trust nintendo. Just some questions?

    Do i need to send a replacement lens to you?
    Do i need to send a replacement chipset to you?
    How much is this gona cost?

    My warranty is up for nintendo, since my wii is a little over 2 years old. I know there is a couple mod chip installers around here, so i was hoping/assuming that you could repair wiis too. ( Well not really repair, just replace some pieces) Thanks.
    I do have a spare Drive with a bad board.. (lens are intact & perfect!)
    So I can use your board & mod it (have the chips in hand)
    no matter what version your board is.. I can mod it.. Im asking $50.
    for the drive then I can mod it for $120. or $130. depends on the drive
    version.. so $50.+$120.= $170. + $10. for shipping your Wii back to you..

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    §piktsµ, I'm not trying to take business away from you but just wanted to point out an alternative like the following.

    Nintendo Wii Game System Only, Warranty, No Controllers - eBay (item 170243212794 end time Jul-28-08 18:03:07 PDT)

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    Quote Originally Posted by §piktsµ View Post
    I do have a spare Drive with a bad board.. (lens are intact & perfect!)
    So I can use your board & mod it (have the chips in hand)
    no matter what version your board is.. I can mod it.. Im asking $50.
    for the drive then I can mod it for $120. or $130. depends on the drive
    version.. so $50.+$120.= $170. + $10. for shipping your Wii back to you..
    Sounds freaking awesome. Thank you very much. So how i am gona go about paying and shipping to you?
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    Also i live in USA\California. Is this going to be a problem?
    Last edited by crwys; 07-28-2008 at 05:09 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crwys View Post
    I need the chip replaced and the lens replaced. I can honestly say i don't trust nintendo. Just some questions?

    Do i need to send a replacement lens to you?
    Do i need to send a replacement chipset to you?
    How much is this gona cost?

    My warranty is up for nintendo, since my wii is a little over 2 years old. I know there is a couple mod chip installers around here, so i was hoping/assuming that you could repair wiis too. ( Well not really repair, just replace some pieces) Thanks.
    what is the problem with ur wii? how do u know its the lens and not the pcb board? if u insert a disc and its not spinning up its the pcb board

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    I know its both of them because...

    After removing my mod chip, i inserted a disc and i just kept on getting a black screen. Saying there was an error reading the disc, and it said i had to eject it. So i figured i must have mest it up some how... Then my disc wouldn't eject, so i had to take it out by unscrewing the dvd drive. While removing the disc, i kinda touched the lens So i put my wii back together, turned it on, inserted a disc, then instead of getting the black screen message. It just said unable to read disc....

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