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Re: console wont accept disk Wii
It means that the timing of the gear is not on proper alignment.it needs a qualified technician to do this kind of work.its easy if you can only open up your wii.but i suggest bringing it to the right guy.
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my friend,Christina, had the same problem, but didn't handle it right. SHE threw it on the ground. Don't do that. Just take it into GameStop. Then you can either get it fixed, or you can trade it in for a new Wii.
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 have just finished fixing a wii system that did the exact same thing. It had 2 pennies jammed into it. After i removed them it was perfect. I am a game sytem technician and a special type of screwdriver is required to open the unit. It can be purchased on ebay.Good Luck
Drive is bad if its not drawing the cd in. Check to make sure you don't already have a disc in there just to be sure. If you do push the eject button to get it out of there. If you don't have a disc in there then you know the drive is bad and needs to be replaced.
Hi Sky606, have you tried cleaning the game disk? Have you tried using other game disks in the wii to make sure it's not just one disk that is causing the problem. Do you have a Nintendo Wii CD / DVD Discs and Lens Auto Cleaning System ? If you don't you might want to purchase one and see if that helps, because your wii lens might need cleaning ! If all of that fails,your wii may need repairs, the lens that reads the CD/DVD could need adjustment or replacement ! One other small note,I always have a small external fan blowing on my wii when in use so that the wii wont over heat. Heat kills electronics ! I Hope this advice helps.