Wii Motherboard Replacment help

Discussion in 'Wii - Hardware, Devices and Utilities' started by chillnburn1, Dec 26, 2009.

  1. chillnburn1
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    chillnburn1 Newbie

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    So yeah, here is the deal.
    A couple months ago My wii encountered a little fall from my cat and thought it was nothing. Everything was fine till my ejection button was supposedly 'jammed'. I did all these little tips and tricks from the web and nothing worked. So I have taken the wii apart and saw that the the eject mechanism for the button has vanished believe it or not. Right off the motherboard gone, i had no idea where it was. Now I found an replacement for that and can re-solder it, but it can cause ruining my Wii all together. So i want to take the safest way possible and just simply replace my Wii motherboard.

    I have the motherboard. Now i need instructions. If you guys can. I will really appreciate step by step, screw by screw, part by part instructions on replacing the motherboard. All help will be greatly appreciated! [​IMG]
     
  2. happydance

    happydance GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    i think this is just 1/2 of the disassembly process.

    http://www.modchipcentral.com/store/pages.php?pageid=9

    can't you power on your wii via wiimote? complete disassembly of the wii is such pain. i haven't reassemble my other wii and the wii i'm curently using now don't have all the screws bolted... getting lazy to tidy up
     
  3. new2wii

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