Discussion in 'Wii' started by Shank, Oct 24, 2016.
Black ~ RVL~CPU~60 ~ LU83647662
White, RVL-001 (JPN)
Serial Number: LJF10611680, LJF10678078
Serial Number: LJM10805246
Serial Number: LJF20452213, LJF20389448
My suggestion: If it's LJF-1 you better run - but with LJF-2 your coo' ;-)
Serial #: KU40275075
This one had a problem running through the Cheese installer. Tearing it down to connect a GC controller port to it to run the MMM.zip package. Here's hoping it works!
The Wii I'm currently working on:
Edit: Just took em apart, apparently one of them was a cpu-020 and not a 040, so fixed that.
Colour: White Family Edition (PAL)
Revision: RVK CPU-01
I had another black PAL RVL-CPU-40, but I brain farted and threw the case away before noting the serial number.
Color: Black Family Edition
Serial Number: LU73601753-2
Serial Number: LU71139523-3
Further confirms the "LU7 = 4 layer" theory. Got both of these for very cheap thanks to the efforts in this thread. Thank you!
Thank you so much to everyone who has contributed to the database so far! It looks like the data we have collected has turned out to be useful to finding a correlation, and helping a few people find more of those sweet, sweet 4 layer boards. Keep those numbers coming, as every one helps.
I have just gone through the thread and added all the numbers posted up to this point. For those wondering, I "like" a post in this thread after I add it to the spreadsheet, so I can tell which ones I still have to add.
Also, @DeoNaught your serial number LU83647662 in post #61 is missing a digit. If you still have the shell and can get that to me, Id appreciate it
Here're some more Japanese:
Serial Number: LJF14558112 
Serial Number: LJF20496451 
Serial Number: LJF50698767 
Separate names with a comma.