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it sounds like the drive is jammed a little bit or may have been knocked off it's track slightly. the only way to fix this is by opening up the console and then opening the drive and see what the problem is. I just hope that your son has not damaged the laser in the process, this could be why it's not reading the discs. the only way to know for sure is to open it up and see. if you are willing to do so yourself, you will find plenty guides on the net(youtube etc..) to open it up and the drive. If you do not want to do so yourself you will have to send back to nintendo or local repair shop. hope this helps.
That will be very difficult, the Wii requires a special screw driver to get the face plate off. It is called a Tri-Wing screwdriver, you can google for it if you'd like to attempt to fix it yourself.
There are two other ways you could try to rectify this. Unplug all cables from the back of the wii, turn it upside down so that the cd-rom slot is facing the floor, and shimmy it around a bit to see if you can get to the point where you are sure the coin is agains the cd drive. Then you could carefully attempt to stick in some small tweezers and try to grab out the coin. Just don't stick the tweezers in more than an inch or so, that way you avoid doing any damage. If you still can't get the coin out you should probably call Nintendo, they can fix it for you, and probably for free. Their number is: 1-800-255-3700
The system will have to be opened up. Blue ray player taken out and opened for pennies to be removed. Hopefully they didnt damage the lense or that will have to be replaced as well. You can email email@example.com if you would like me to fix it. I am located in southern california and run a home based pc repair business.
It is possible to remove the pennies but keep in mind that you have to open the device. Your'e warrenty will be void !!
If you technical knowledge is ok, then i recommend to view a youtube movie how to open the device. After that, you can look for the pennies (almost sure they will be in the DVD player).
You should open it by removing the screws which are probably underneath the rubber feet. this will void your warrenty but im sure your warrenty doesnt cover baby brothers stuffing it with CD's. Also try giving sony a call though i doubt they will do anything. You could always take it to someone who could do it for you instead if you are not confident about opening it up.