The serial number starts with LU368... It was on the outside of the bo

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  1. towens81
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    The serial number starts with LU368...
    It was on the outside of the box.
    What's on the box is the same is what the Wii actually is, right?

    My question is:
    What are the chances I'll get epoxy?
    Wii-drives.com tells me nothing.

    Anyone have a similar S/N?
     
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    There is a 50% chance that your drive chip is a GC2-D2C

    There is a 50% chance that the pins on your drive chip are not cut.
     
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    The problem is, WiiDrives doesn't tell me jack about epoxy!
     
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    If it doesn't say anything about Epoxi you probably don't have it.
     
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    Just pray you don't get a D3 drive! haha

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    I probably won't have the new drive.
    But modsupplier.com says that all US/Canada drives are safe for now.
     

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