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What kind of store would do modding?

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii / Wii U' started by cha523, Jun 6, 2007.

  1. cha523

    cha523 Member

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    Well seeing as how I don't want to solder a chip myself or send it away. Is there a store in the US that would do the chip installation for me?
     
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    larrylje Active member

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    teammodders.com are in the USA and will install it. Starting price is $35 for the install. You can also buy the Modchip from them and add it onto the price. Go to the site and click the link for installs and e-mail them your information on what you want installed and they will get back to you.
     
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  3. gp376

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    trustedmods.com is only $25 for install . they did mine and many others on this board as well .
     
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    try craigslist
     
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    bass_hit Regular member

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    Some listings on there get taken down or scared away by legal looking e-mails.

    Try trustedmods.com or someone you know that can solder. I happen to work at a place that repairs circuit boards so I had them do mine :)
     
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    well...what i did was i took the Wii apart myself. Printed outs the schematic from Wiikey's site, and took it to a local TV repair shop. They did the sodering for $5. I did everything else. Cheapest way to go IMO.

    So if you can handle that just look up TV repair in the yellow pages.
     
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    Wow that doesn't sound so bad. Also by everything else I assume you mean set up.

    If all else fails I guess I'll try teammodders.
     

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