Got problems with your Wii that has a troubleshoot problem? There are 3 ways to successfully solve your troubleshooting problems… What you could do is to send your console to Nintendo, to a repair shop, or you could actually fix the problems by yourself. It’s hard to choose if you don’t know what the best option is, right? Let me help you! I will compare them, and you’ll make a choice, deal?
Sending your Wii that’s having a troubleshoot problem to Nintendo
What you could do is that you send your console to Nintendo. Although, this might sound like a great idea, but seriously, look better! The costs and the waiting times are horrible! Watch this.
When you do this, you’ll have to pay $82,50 and that’s including the handling and shipping costs. That’s quite a lot of money you’ll have to pay there isn’t it? Another huge downside are the waiting times. Many people had to wait literally for weeks and weeks until they had their Wii back.
Send your console to a repair shop
Another thing that you could do, is to send your console that’s having the troubleshoot problem to a repair shop. Basically, this is exactly the same as sending it to Nintendo, but the only difference is the waiting time. The price would be almost the same…
When you do this, you will have to count on a $60 to $80 repair costs. Also, the waiting times are at least 1 week, and could go up easily to 2 weeks… Keep that in mind!
Repair your Wii troubleshoot problem by…. Yourself!
The best option that you’ve got to fix your Wii troubleshoot problem, is to actually fix it by yourself. It will be cheap, fast and easy, as long as you use a repair guide.
This repair guide will help you step by step to fix your troubleshoot problem with easy to understand instructions and detailed photo’s.