Wii Gaming Console Owners Should Read This For Sure!
There are two people who should read this review carefully.
1- Wii owners who have had error messages or problems with their Wii and need Wii repair or Wii troubleshooting
2- Wii owners who need to find someone to repair their broken Wii console
The Nintendo Wii is an excellent gaming console – no doubt it at all. However, when something goes wrong with your Wii you can consider yourself out a couple of hundred bucks and weeks away from being able to play any of your favorite Wii games. As this is the standard for having to send your Wii in for Wii troubleshooting and Wii repair to the Nintendo service centers.
But… Then there is a much better alternative. (Speaking from my own personal experience)
You do not need to waste your hard earned money and sit staring at a blank screen while waiting for your Wii to come back from being serviced.
When my Nintendo Wii went down it took me with it. I was scrambling trying to find out all possible options that could get my Wii back up and running so I could be back up playing my favorite games.
I first went to the search engines online to find out what all options I could find on Wii repair or Wii troubleshooting. First I saw some advertisements that promised a quick turnover to repair my Wii for around sixty bucks. I seriously considered this option but after talking to some great people in a couple of the gaming forums I soon realized that I was taking a big chance and that the pricing is just the base cost to have them even look at my Wii. In fact several of the people I talked to said they were taken for much more than the original promised amount once all materials, parts and shipping were added. As far as the quick turnaround time was concerned, I learned that was pretty much an empty promise to lure suckers into their trap. Once someone has your Wii you are pretty much stuck with that service. And most of these companies are fly by night, non professional people looking to make a quick buck.
I soon learned that sending out for Wii repair to someone with a cheap ad on the internet with no real business license or insurance was not an option – not for me!
I also learned that sending back to Nintendo for Wii troubleshooting and Wii repair was a very expensive option and one that would leave me without my Nintendo Wii for possibly weeks.
No! There has to be a better option…
So once I started asking around I did find out another option that interested me. Someone turned me on to a digital book called the Wii Fix Guide.
I learned that for the most part, Wii repairs were mostly very easy to do with the right instructions and pictures in this how too DIY Wii repair guide. The guide was very inexpensive and would be a great resource for repairing my Nintendo Wii now and for any possible failures in the future.
And the icing on the cake… I would not have to live without my Wii for several weeks while waiting for my Wii to come back from being repaired. I would be troubleshooting Wii and doing my own Wii repair.
Once I purchased this book I knew that I had made the correct decision.
When I picked up my copy and went over it in detail, I found that the pictures in this PDF document were really pics taken by the author, and not those downloaded from the internet in a bid to make some easy money. The author has also has made a very big attempt to create a step by step guide to trouble shoot the Wii and take you one step at a time so you can be confident in repairing your Wii. This book was so simple that an eight year old could disassemble and repair your Wii in under an hour!
Apart from taking you through the troubleshooting Wii process for general problems, the Wii repair manual/Wii fix guide covers the most common issues such as Wii remote problems, Nintendo Wii sensor bar problems, Nintendo Wii Disc and Game problems, Nintendo Wii email/message board problems, Nintendo Wii power problems and finally Nintendo Wii balance board problems.
One more interesting thing I found is that some of the enterprising gadget gurus bought this guide and used this to repair and resell damaged Wii machines on eBay. The profits that were made were over 100% per console.
So my advice to anyone experiencing problems with their Wii and looking for Wii troubleshooting and Wii repair information. Save yourself the time and trouble by getting your own Wii Fix Guide now instead of going through each forum and blog on the internet only to find no real information.
Remember, every minute you waste trying to find information is a minute you could be back up and playing your Wii.
Once I received my own Wii Fix Guide I was very happy with my decision. Instead of reading useless information and stressing out over a broken Wii, I am now up and running and able to play all of my favorite games.
More Wii Troubleshooting and Wii Repair tips and articles can be found on my Wii repairs blog.