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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Hardware' started by unacart, Jan 8, 2008.

  1. unacart

    unacart WiiChat Member

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    Hi, like many others during this holiday season, my Wii has been going through disk error problems. Since it's over a month old, it cannot be replaced by the store. I do want to call customer service and find out what my options are but decided to ask here first.

    So if I describe my disk error situation, would they just suggest a repair? I've heard others given refurbished ones. Or would they just recommened to clean the disk and other useless suggestions like that?

    Or should I call at all? My wii is still reading the games about 60% of the time, but I'm quiet annoyed that my brand new wii and new disks are having problems. I know that I'm putting it in correctly and the disks are not scratched at all.
     
  2. Skippy

    Skippy WiiChat Member

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    You should call them, most likely it'll just get worse as time goes on.

    Ask them about your replacement options and whether you get a refurb, new, or your original repaired.
     
  3. unacart

    unacart WiiChat Member

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    Is there anyway to get a refurbished instead of a repair? This way, i will not risk of a repaired wii getting damaged somewhere down the line. How would they judge the damage of a wii and what to do with it?

    Like I said, my Wii works about 60% of the time. When it does not work, it makes the weired sound of reading the disk. I suppose the disk drive was somehow damaged during shipping or it could be an error in manufacturing.
     

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