Need Wii Replacement Stickers.

Discussion in 'Wii - Hardware, Devices and Utilities' started by Tapion817, Dec 9, 2007.

Dec 9, 2007
  1. Tapion817
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    Hello there, my Wii has become damaged and I'm sending it in for repairs. I have my Wii previously modded but I was able to swap the part that the Wiikey was soldered with one that wasn't from my friend's Wii. Now my Wii doesn't look like it's been modded but it does look like it's been opened since the stickers that cover the screws are messed up since I had to open it. I am wondering where I can find those stickers online so I can send my Wii for repairs. thank you for your time.
     
  2. paul1991

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    I think dealextreme has them and I know that Diveno.com has them for 3USD.
     
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    Thanks alot/
     
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    did you replace the board on the drive. I think my laser lens is busted and I was thinking I do the same. How hard it is to replace that?
     
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    If you have ever installed a modchip, you know how to remove the disc drive from the wii.
    This time, just replace the DVD drive with an unmodded drive instead of putting the modded one back in.

    It is just a plug and a ribbon cable that need plugged in.
     
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    I know that, I installed the modchip myself but I think that with covering the vent hole with cables I killed the laser with overheating. Anyway if I replace the whole drive there will be nothing for Nintendo to repair/replace. I was thinking of replacing only the board with the modchip on, so that Nintendo replaces/repairs the mechanics or the laser lens(whatever is busted)... I know there are a couple of solder points, ribbon cables and the ribbon cable for the lens itself.
     

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