If the above two answers did not help you, you may have the same problem as my dad. My mom dropped the Wii and now it will not eject, thus it ended up at my house. I noticed that the corner of the Wii with the eject button was the location of impact. i opened the Wii to find that the eject switch on the circuit board (the actual electronic micro switch the plastic eject button presses) was completely knocked off. It is a surface mount item and I was able to solder it back in place. Now it is as good as new. Hope this helps.
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I think if you drop the Wii, the disc ejecter breaks or something. Then you can't eject the disc or vice versa because the ejecter is broken. Call Nintendo Customer Service (1-800-255-3700 in the USA or Canada) and try to get it repaired.
When you hit eject do you hear it attempting to push out the disc? It may be blocked by something. If it is not attempting to push out the disc then something isn't registering with the eject button. In this case, power down the wii, unplug all plugs from the back, wait 90 seconds or so, plug in just the power plug and hit the eject button (before hitting power or anything else). If it still does not try to eject then either the button is broken or the disc drive in the wii has died.
It is still probably under warranty from Nintendo, they can fix it for free for you. If anything, give them a call at:
you have three choices, 1. send it to get disc out, 2. take apart yourself or 3. keep pressing eject button till comes out, ( try laying it flat, on side and upside down). http://www.wii-ftw.com/?page=disassembling_wii
Well, Recently the same thing happened to me, My bro dropped my WII on the floor and the eject button on it got stuck i was soo mad!!! I tried loads of ways nothing really hard, just follow this and hope fully the WII will eject:
1.Make sure the WII is stood up properly. 2.Then switch on the WII (As i said early the WII won't eject the CD. 3.Now look near the eject button if it is stuck follow (A) or if not coming out follow (B). (A1).Right
if it is stuck and not coming out then the top bendy bit of the eject
button put your nail through it and press it down it should eject but
after a while it did not work any more for me :(. (A2).Now, Disconnect all the Cable's in the WII not TV leave it for a while (and don't smash it again!), After a while approx 5 Min's plug 'em back in, switch on the WII then press eject hopefully that will work :D. (B1).Now if it does not come out either look inside the drive or WII (I don't suggest that) or just do what i did with A2 hopefully that will work.
Hope your WII works by now and enjoy ejecting cd's from your WII but 1 more thing before you go (DON'T BREAK YOUR WII AGAIN OR YOU WILL HAVE TO DO THIS ALL OVER AGAIN :P AND IT MIGHT NOT EVEN WORK IF SMASH IT TO MANY TIMES!!! SO BE-CAREFUL!!!!