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A couple things could be happening. Make sure you're inserting the disc properly as the Wii will accept the disc even if you put it in backwards. Make sure that the label side (the side with all the pictures) is facing toward the thin side of the Wii and the shiny side is facing the thick side of the Wii. If that doesn't make a difference, then it's like a problem with the disc drive itself which can only be fixed by Nintendo or a repair shop. They'd have to take your Wii apart and possibly replace the drive.
If your Wii™ is standing upright with the power button facing you at the top left, the top skinny side of the Wii™ that points up towards the ceiling contains the flaps. Lift the flap up, like how you would open a book, on the top of the console. You will find the ports under this flap. Plug your mat into the port that is the closest to where you would stick in the disc. If your Wii™is laying flat horizontal, with the disc slot going left and right, and the power button facing you at the bottom left corner, the left skinny side of the Wii™that faces towards the left contains the flaps. Flip the flap down towards the left and you should see the 4 ports. Plug your dance mat into the port that is closest to the front of your Wii™ where you would stick in the disc. Other steps to make sure you have tried: Make sure that your Wii™ is turned off before plugging in your mat. Also, make sure the connection is secure to your console. Then with the game in the Wii™, turn on your console. The mat should be recognized at that point.
Try all of these steps:
1. Turn the Wii off and on again after about 20 seconds. Press the eject button again. If no help:
2. Unplug the Wii's AC power supply if Step 1 doesn't work. Wait 1 to 2 minutes, and trying to eject the disc again after turning the Wii back on. If no help:
3. Hold down the eject button for 5 to 10 seconds. Still not:
4. Try ejecting the disc with the Wii at different angles. If you hold the Wii upside down, it may help the disc fall out. if no help:
5. See if power light was coming on and do the AC adapter reset. unplug from both ends for 90 seconds.Hold eject button for 5-10 seconds
Call Nintendo 1-800-255-3700 and send the Wii back if non of these steps work. In most cases, a disc stuck in the Wii should be covered by warranty.
You most likely have a scratched or damaged disc. Check it for scratches or crack. Is it brand new or a used game? Make sure the written side of the disc is facing toward the left if the Wii is standing up. (putting it in the right way that's all)
"I managed to eject a WII disc out manually very easily: - Disconnect the drive - You see the white plastic mechanism on your right side and the wheel connected to the motor - turn the wheel towards the back side of the drive while pushing the half inch square plastic piece towards the left. You will see the disc coming out while you are turning the wheel."
make sure you put the disks in shiny side facing left.
if the console is on its belly then just remember to face the shiny side toward the sd card slot.
you might want to press eject a few times to clear out the drive.
im no pro so this is the bes help i can give and im sure others can give better help so keep your eyes peeled
I managed to eject a WII disc out manually very easily: - Disconnect the drive - You see the white plastic mechanism on your right side and the wheel connected to the motor - turn the wheel towards the back side of the drive while pushing the half inch square plastic piece towards the left. You will see the disc coming out while you are turning the wheel.