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Try cleaning the buttons of the nintendo Wii Remote using the cleaning instructions below, being sure to follow the directions carefully.
What you will need:
1 clean toothbrush (no toothpaste on it)
1 cup of warm tap water
1 paper towel
Remove the batteries from the Wii Remote.
Get a clean toothbrush (no toothpaste) and a cup of warm tap water (not too hot). Do NOT pour or submerge the Wii Remote in any type of liquid.
Slightly dip the toothbrush in the water (the toothbrush should not be dripping wet) and scrub the area of the Wii Remote around the buttons.
Work the bristles down around the sides of the buttons.
After cleaning the Wii Remote, dry it off with a paper towel.
Let the Wii Remote air dry with the buttons facing down for at least a couple of hours.
Test the Wii Remote for proper response.
Repeat the steps if necessary.
If the buttons are still sticky after cleaning, the Wii Remote will need to be replaced. Our experience shows that this type of problem is usually caused by physical damage and not covered under Nintendo's warranty. You can purchase a replacement at retail stores that sell Nintendo products.
The fuses are VERY difficult to replace even if you have the part. you will need to be very comfortable working with electronics and very good at soldering to replace the tiny surface mount fuses. If you have someone with the skill here is a guide:
Does this unit have a tiny hole, similar to those found on CD or DVD drives, which allows the insertion of a large paper clip?
By pushing a straightened out paper clip into this hole, you can push with a certain amount of force, which will then allow the drive to open, and from there, you might be able to remove the disk from the ds game.
since the Wii has an optical drive, what you need to do is to insert a straightened paper clip into a tiny hole that is located on the front of the drive, typically right next to the eject switch. Once you’ve inserted the clip, the stuck CD should be easily ejected.
If you get anything foreign in the drive, you stand a chance of it getting caught-up in the mechanism and damaging the drive. If it's a sticker, that can be even worse. If you think you have something in your Wii, I would contact Nintendo to get it repaired.
If Wii gives Disc Read Error, first step you need to check is to try
another disc or clean the exisitng disc. This will confirm that problem
is with either Wii or Disc. If the console itself is giving disc read
error then it needs to be repaired. You may check out DIY Wii Fix Guide,
that will show step by step information to fix the problem yourself. It
also gives information on fixing many Wii Related Problems, so its a
kind of Wii Problems Reference Fix Guide.