nintendo-wii-repair-nyc (Walk In) + Arizona Phoenix (Mail In Only)
Yes! We've finally started offering Wii repair via mailing it from Phoenix, Arizona, but if you live in NYC Manhattan on the Lower East Side its easier to just stop by our shop to get your Wii fixed. But if you must send your device in please keep reading:
We understand that mailing in your Wii repair can be hassle. So, we have come up with the easiest method of getting your device to us for repair: (its literally 2 steps!) We ask you to skip the checkout order process and ignore the order form. Just send the device to us and pay later. It can't get easier than that!
(Step 1) Package device with our address on it. (Don't include wires/games!)
(Step 2) Bring package to the Post Office and pay for shipping.
(Step 3) We receive the package and we'll email you an invoice for the repair.
If you feel like processing the order and paying first, you can do that too. Just choose your Wii issue below and add it to the cart. Reason why we came up with the solution above is because its easier for customers to just send it in first and then pay. Many people get flustered going through the checkout process and just give up half way. That's how we came up with the idea, but if you insist on paying first you can do that too!
Be sure to email us your tracking number so we know when to expect your package! We will diagnose the issue and call you to let you know how much is the repair before doing any work.
Important: Include your name + phone number + email written on a piece of paper and include it in your package. Also state what issue your having with your Wii. No need to print anything out, just use a pen and paper. We're saving trees and your time!
Game System & Phone Repair Quote Form
"I had them repair my PS3 in November 2012 after it YLoDed in early October. It sounded like a leaf blower, but it was working again and I could recover my saves. Thing is, I had also bought a PC around the same time, and mostly started playing PC games, so even though I had a working PS3 again, I really didn't have much to play on it, so I didn't use it at all... turned it on now and then to cash in my PS+ subscription and get free games, watched maybe one or two movies on it although that was sort of undesirable since the leaf blower fan made it hard to hear the film.
Long story short, I had it on MAYBE about 25-30 hours in the last 6 months since it was repaired, and never to actually play games.
Today, I had it on to actually play a game, since The Cave is free on PSN for PS+. I get about 30 minutes into the game and boom, flashing red light again. I'm now kicking myself in the ass for not having played it in the month after the repair when they had a ""warranty"" for their work, and now I'm back in the same boat I was in before. I wouldn't recommend going with these guys... they were very polite with me, but clearly they don't really know what they're doing with the repairs, and saving the $50 isn't really worth it."
What a great experience! After being totally bummed with the dreaded 3 lights on my xbox 360, I thought I'd have to replace it. After a Google search, I dropped it off with xcubicle for them to take a look. Within a couple days they had it repaired and ready for pickup. They were polite, professional, and do an amazing job economizing on their storefront workspace! Highly recommend them to any gamer with a sick system and hesitant to fork over more for a replacement!
"My brother's Wii had a disk read error for about a month. I tried cleaning the lens via a Wii Lens Cleaning Kit (a big rip-off), but that didn't work.
I called xCubicle and asked them about the problem. They knew right away how to fix it. The lens needed to be replaced.
I dropped off the Wii and paid the $20 cash deposit. I picked up the repaired Wii three days later and paid the remaining $40 balance.
They did an excellent job and rushed the job, so that my brother could get his Wii earlier to play over the weekend. I would definitely go there again for video game repairs."