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Most of the screws holding the faceplates on have fallen out.

I am missing 6 screws. Where can I get replacements?

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Figure 5 - Top black plate screw locations


  1. With the screws removed, carefully pull off the faceplate of the front of the Wii. You will need to disconnect the red/black wire plug from the Wii to remove the faceplate completely. Figure 6 shows what is hiding under the faceplate.

wiifig06.jpg Figure 6 - Under the Wii faceplate
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You can easily replace them. The Aiwa part number for them is 8Z-KT1-641-010. The bulb is made by Sony, and the Sony part number is U0087654U.

I purchased them from Union Electronic Distributors:

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Note that the product is not an item they keep in stock, so it may take 1-2 weeks or more before you receive them. Be patient.

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1) Remove the faceplate from the radio and bring it to a well-lit work table.

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3) Carefully separate the back half of the faceplate cover from the front half. There are three locking tabs along the top, and three locking tabs along the bottom. I used the small flat blade screwdriver to separate the two halves.

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The parts people at Pentax Imaging in Golden Co were very friendly in offering a free set of screws when I called.
http://www.pentax.com/subsidiary.html#n_america

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