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Wii discs keep popping back out..will not read any discs

I also noticed that the blue light that comes on for a second does not come on anymore as the disc is going in or out....not sure if this means anything.

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Sounds like the drive mechanism has been damaged, there is a lever that is supported via a spring and sometimes if this gets bent or damaged this sort of error can occur. If you get it fixed let me know how you got on. If you need help i offer a full repair service www.fixmyconsole.co.uk

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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