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Hatch

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#281356 13-Feb-2021 11:38
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Finally I have something to offer back to the community’s although it might be fairly valueless.

This is a Japanese voltage Nintendo wii with everything you see.

I had a D2CPro mod chip installed years ago by Matt from Tronix.

I used to run homebrew backups.

It turns on and works 100% from what I can see but I can’t remember how the homebrew works. And the interface is in Japanese.

Might be fun for someone or if someone is needing parts/accessories.

Will be expensive to post so pick up only from Wattle Downs, Auckland.


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Hatch

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  #2655625 13-Feb-2021 12:18
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Added a PS3 softmodded that sounds like a 747 due to fan controller set to high.


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  #2655801 13-Feb-2021 20:15
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All pending pickup.

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