Dear Nintendo Wii Owner,
Here are some of the most common problems with Wii?
If you're experiencing any of these problems then you know how annoying they can be. If your Wii is still under warranty then you can send it back to Nintendo to be fixed but that can take 4-6 weeks or more! I don't know about you but my kid's can barely go a couple of days without touching our Nintendo Wii much less several weeks. I needed a quicker alternative to fix the Wii.
In our case, we've had our Wii since the early days so it's long been out of warranty. We live in a rural area so there aren't any local repair shops that can fix a wii. My decision was easy. I wasn't going to spend another $250 dollars to buy a new Wii. In fact I preferred to fix our Wii as cheaply as possible so I began my quest by seeing what I could dig up on the internet.
I found a few places on the 'net that showed how to fix a some of the minor problems people experience with their Wii's but nothing comprehensive. I wanted details! And pictures! And someone I could ask questions if I needed to! Unfortunately I was out of luck. Nothing like that existed.
Fast forward a couple of weeks. I happened to be talking to a co-worker one day about gaming and they mentioned they had had trouble with their Wii but their teenage son had found out how to fix it on the internet. My co-worker didn't have all the details right there with him but asked his son about it that night.
The next day I had the information on where to find the wii repair guide. I downloaded it that night and within a couple of hours I had our Wii fixed. The guide was detailed with pictures and even offered support via e-mail but the real kicker for me was the 60 day money back guarantee. I really had nothing to lose. So if you want to fix your Wii but don't want to wait weeks or spend a lot of money give it a try.