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A Screw Or Piece Of Hardware Flopping Around Inside My Wii

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Hardware' started by Dranged, Dec 28, 2006.

  1. Dranged

    Dranged WiiChat Member

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    Hello! I just got my Wii Christmas day and I've been playing it ever since all day I love it so much Best console I've everyone owned which is alot. I know I might be being a little over reactive but when i turn my Wii upside down on it's side or anything else I can hear a screw or a piece of hardware flopping around in there. Is there anything to be concerned about?
     
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    I'm not sure if its something to really be worried about. If it becomes a bigger problem, then you'd probably should get it checked out.

    Oh, and congrats on the buy! Got mine Christmas also!
     
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    While it might not be something to be concerned about... It might also be a bad idea to ignore it - it could turn into something bad :yikes:
     
  4. Dranged

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    What should I do :confused:
     
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    Well, i guess the safest thing to do would be to bring it back and ask if you can have a new one. It probably will be ok, but better safe than sorry i guess.
     
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    Wouldn't it take them forever to deliver or give me a new one.
     
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    Maybe you could call support? I'm sure they could give some pretty good advice. Thats what I would do...
     
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    Your gonna make him go crazy =] haha
     
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    haha yea i forgot they dont have any in stock. i guess you could hold onto to it and bring it back when they get more in. it will probably be fine ANYWAY though, and as i said before better safe than sorry :lol: - plus i know if it were me it would constantly be on my mind till i got it fixed ^_^
     
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    Wiidad Parent of the Wiikid

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    whatever ya do dont take it apart!
     
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    Gotcha' Thanks for the support guys, I appreciate it!
     

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