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There is either something inside of your Wii's DVD Drive blocking the insertion of the disc, or some of the gears inside of the DVD drive are damaged. Lots of times, one of the kids will stuff a penny, credit card, or some other foreign object inside of the Wii's disc slot. The following website sells the DVD drive mechanisms and does repairs on the Wii as well:
I would not advise using the drive if there are any loose objects
inside. Doing so would void your warranty, cause damage to the wii, and possibly even bodily injury. If the disc should come into
contact with the loose object while spinning at high speed, the disc
could shatter and the shards may actually break through the drive
A loose object, if it catches something traveling at high velocity, can easily damage the casing and the wii remember
The only practical solution is to remove the drive from the wii
and obtain a replacement. It would be prohibitive to try to fish out
the loose object, since you might damage the internal components in
doing so. you will need to call Nintendo ( 1-800-255-3700) and see if they can fix it or guide you through taking the disk drive out
I don't think they will slide out if you turn the MBP on edge. I would
take it to the Apple store and be prepared for a nice bill. I hear kids
also do this in the disk player in the car to get it fixed It won't be cheap, I 'm afraid,
At the very least the drive will need to be removed, I fear. It may
actually have to be replaced. A few hundred dollars, I would guess.
lol funny situation now maybe you should get either 2 very thin peices of wire or something sort of solid and fish it out or unscrew your console and if there are wires hanging from bits just dont touch them and keep unscrewing and remember were you took the things out from then when you get to the cd slot take the ds card out and that should work good luck
this means you have an email/ message waiting for you.turn on your wii... when it comes to the home page look at the bottom right there should be a picture of a envelope and a number.click on that and take care of the messages.most of the time this only happens when you are connected to wifi and have updates waiting.
frist make sure you are inserting the disk correct label side up or label to the right if you are which you mostly Are then your console has a propbelm with feeder which mean it must go back to the store
"Object inserted into the
Disc Slot If an object is inserted into the Disc Slot, it will automatically be
pulled in, and it won't be possible to eject it. Do
to open the Wii console or otherwise try to remove the object,
as it may result in further damage to the console. The Wii console will need to be repaired. Because this type of damage
is not covered under Nintendo's warranty, there will be a charge
for the repair. Please call 1-800-255-3700 to discuss available options."
If you can see the SD card, Get a toothpick and wrap Tape onto it then reverse the tape so that you have sticky on outside. See it you gcan retract it that way. You risk damaging the Disc eject system if you try to force the disc to eject by pressing the eject button more than 10 seconds. Once you get the SD card out you can do the 10 second eject button thing.