Nintendo Switch Nintendo will stop repairing Wii consoles in March
According to a customarily terse statement by the company, it’s getting harder to secure the spare parts necessary to keep a repair program running. That’s why it’s drawing the shutters on the offer to fix damaged consoles, nearly 15 years after it was initially launched. Although it’s worth saying that for both Wii consoles and controllers, repairs may stop sooner than that if spare part stock runs out.
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