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Wii console will not eject disk

My wii console will not eject the disk that is in the cd tray.

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  • Anonymous Nov 25, 2007

    im having the same problem it will not eject you just hear a buzzing sound do i need to take it to a store or something?

  • Anonymous Dec 24, 2007

    The disc in my Nintendo Wii console doesn't eject and screen reads an error message - "Unable to read disc"

  • wilbursgurl Dec 25, 2007

    My Wii will not eject my disc. It may have been put in wrong but it wont eject.

  • maddad Dec 25, 2007

    Nice Christmas for my boys, surprise them with a Wii and the damn disc won't load or eject, just stuck. Support line is closed for Christmas until tomorrow. Shiny white paperweight sitting next to the TV with disappointed boys.

  • rackl Dec 25, 2007

    loaded game disc wrong way??

  • clawmaster66 Dec 25, 2007

    Same problem as MADDAD. My disk won't eject either. Great Xmas morning!

  • MadmomCDN Dec 25, 2007

    I agree with maddad - Nice shiny white box, wont load or eject discs....Merry Christmas! Very disappointed kids (and parents)! Can't get through to support either...also assume the console will have to be repaired, MAYBE we will have a new Year's Eve gift for the kids???



    Madmom in Canada

  • momof3boys Dec 25, 2007

    I am having the same problem and the system keeps powering down. It worked for 1/2 hour. My boys are very disappointed. And I am so mad.

  • clawajax Dec 25, 2007

    Tried inserting game cube disc - still not ejecting / any other advise?? Christmas is not very fun for my two kids!!

  • beej1108 Dec 25, 2007

    Wii console will not eject disc. Same problem.

  • benhood10 Dec 25, 2007

    My disk is in but will not eject. It is also making clicking noises. Please help me my sun is very disappointed.

  • sahallie Dec 25, 2007

    Merry Christmas!! Wii Fixed... Disk will not go all the way or come out. Made strange buzz/grinding sound. Kids crying...
    Followed previous users advice. Forced disk all the way in (carefully) with a small screwdriver. Beat the disk out by rapping unit upside down to get the disk out. Removed power cord to force hard reboot. Put disk in backwards. It mysteriously started working. (would not read disk but this was an improvement). Put disk right side in and kids have not stopped playing. Only thing I can figure is that the mechanism was stuck?

    For those in with the same problem, I feel your pain. I wish you the best.

  • Anonymous Dec 25, 2007

    WII DISK WILL NOT GO IN

  • jillann25 Dec 25, 2007

    Yeah, got my girls a Wii for Christmas. Sister in law stood in line all night for it and the disk won't eject. You can play one game and one game only. Any suggestions??? Try to put another disk in did not work.

  • jottie Dec 25, 2007

    I just got my wii out of the box and couldnt get the disk in without what would seem to be a little more than usual amount of push. however, whilst the motor would make trying to do stuff noises, the system wouldnt recognise that it had a disk and the disk would not eject.



    Everything else seems to be working fine on my games system, I just can't actually play any games on it!!! My husband did get the disk out by pushing another disk part-way in above the games disk, forcing it down enough so that when he hit eject, the mechanism could spit the disk out but it still wont feed in properly and we aren't going to risk getting it stuck again.



    grr - barhumbug :-( packing the little fella back away and looking for that pesky receipt! any other suggestions?

  • awiibitmad Dec 26, 2007

    Have the same problem as well. Have 2 very disappointed sons that Santa brought them a game that doesn't work. Have Madden '08 disc stuck in the Wii. Won't play and won't eject. Incredibly annoyed Dad has tried to get the disc to eject. Haven't tried some of the suggestions here yet, but worried about breaking it more and voiding warranty. Will be calling support tomorrow to see what they suggest.

  • Anonymous Dec 26, 2007

    I also bought a shiny white paper weight which is sitting next to our TV - loaded the disk, not read, could not eject - finally got it out with some tweezers - now two kids totally bummed out ( along with a couple of adults) I bought this over a month ago - I'm not happy at all.

  • scbeme Dec 26, 2007

    Add my family to the list. Console won't accept the CDs and makes loud "nonstandard" noises when I attempt to insert a disk. Seems Nintendo definitely has a quality control problem. Our Christmas memories of Nintendo are not the happy ones we were anticipating!

  • Anonymous Dec 26, 2007

    I have spent the past 24 hours trying to troubleshoot this problem with zero success. The 800 number provided in the operators manual for support has been absolutely no help...an automated recording tells you that they are "busy" and you should call back later. Extremely disappointed in Nintendo's quality control and customer service...having spent top dollar on this item, I would expect a more responsive more support system. Compensation of some sort would be appropriate, although the damage done to my daughter's Christmas is irreversible...






















  • talktalk Dec 26, 2007

    The Wii took the disk but the game doesn't come up and the eject button will not eject the disk which is now stuck in the machine.

  • MadmomCDN Dec 28, 2007

    just wanted to update others on the remarkable experience I had with Nintendo customer service...started calling at 8am boxing day (as per the msg) on the 1-800 #...got msg telling me extremely busy to call back later...well after almost 48 hours of regularly calling and trying to get through - I finally got through, sat on hold for 20 minutes...a "real" "live" person answered and asked me if I could "hold", as she was placing me on hold again - i heard her say "what the HeLL?"...she came back online to tell me that everyone had left, there was no one there that could help me and to call back tomorrow....What wonderful customer service, there is absolutely nothing we can do to take back the sheer disappointment we (our children) (Can't tell them Santa will fix it...cause they think that wont be till next year HAHA) suffered Christmas Day...and I can't even get through to anyone to have the problem looked at - I tried some of the suggestions listed here...but none seemed to work, I hope some of you are having more success than we are and hope you all have a good New Year's - MAYBE we will get through to Nintendo reps before then...(and the New Year's Baby/Stork can drop by for Santa to fulfill the wishes of all our disappointed children) I think we should all band together and request not only a replacement system, shipped UPS or other courier service and FREE OF CHARGE, afterall, if any of you are like me, the systems you bought were not cheap!!! but also we should be requesting "complimentary software, or Nintendo coupons" to compensate us for our disappointing and irreplacable, irreverisble Christmas 2007 memories - What do you think?

    Madmom CDN

  • dispo Dec 28, 2007

    Same problem...brand new Wii in nice sealed box with no signs of any damage and disk won't insert - all 5 of the new disks purchased for Christmas for the kids - they have been good about it, but I am sure upset. Must be a whole batch of bad items.  Pretty disappointing in that there is no easy way to get it fixed or get a replacement.  Can't get through to support line obviously - they won't even put you on hold when you do get through. Nintendo has been a great quality product in our past experience, but not impressed right now!

  • Anonymous Dec 28, 2007

    played once, tryed to change the disk but just keeps spinning as if it aint catching... benn rining customer services all day.

  • NintendoBad_ Jan 01, 2008

    Just for the record... mine too. makes awful noise when trying to insert or eject. I initially wasn't sure if there might be a problem with the first disk so I tried another. Now second disk is stuck in the console. Would be nice if there was at least a manual way to remove the disk (short of jamming foreign objects in the slot). Seems like a pretty wide spread problem, judging by this board anyway. Very disappointing after the difficulty in acquiring the system, that it does not work. Should have bought a PS3...

  • xxxzzzz Jan 02, 2008

    Disc will not eject from wii nor will it run.

  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2008

    wii disc does not read

  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2008

    nintendo wii does not read any disc

  • adrian602 Jan 02, 2008

    i have the same problem but i lost my receiop what can i do now

  • annoyedguy Jan 03, 2008

    yeah, i tried to eject my CD one day and it wouldn't come out. when i go to the disc channel, the wii can't read the disc. i called nintendo and they told me to give them my wii and they would give me a new one but i'm worried that they'll find my mod chip and take it out.

  • Anonymous Jan 09, 2008

    My kids, in their excitement, tripped on a cord and pulled the WII off the shelf- now the disc is stuck inside and will not eject. Help!

  • Anonymous Jan 12, 2008

    FOURTH Wii in a week disc error!!!!! Seems to be a BIG quality control issue. Bought my Wii 6 days ago and can't fault the customer service from the store - thankfully don't have to phone 1-800. First Wii wouldn't read half the discs. The store had actually brought two along and the second had similar problems. As the store was installing they took them both straight back and returned with a new one the next day (having checked it first in their shop). Third Wii worked fine for two days then wouldn't eject disc - then died totally blank screen. Fourth Wii lasted 2 hours disc read error and won't eject. Fifth Wii due to arrive Monday 7 days after we bought the first. Is this a Wiirld record?



    First time I have seen this column, tried nearly all remedies offered but none have worked. I can sense a class action in the offing at this rate, though didn't buy mine in the US it is an Americas version.

  • swordfight Jan 13, 2008

    i have the same problem i have resident evil 4 stuck in my wii, when i press eject i get a loud wurring noise and the blue light appears but nothing else

  • annoyedguy Jan 19, 2008

    so i got the game out (i don't know how, it just sort of popped out after i shook it a bit) and now my wii won't read any of my games. it goes to the "unable to read disc" thing.

  • 28cedar Feb 27, 2008

    My boys put a disk in whilst there was another one inside,now it will not eject the disk's.I have looked inside the flap but cannot see either disk!!,please help as we borrowed both the games inside!!.

  • Anonymous Feb 29, 2008

    piece of paper came off dvd and is stuck in unitl dvd will not eject

  • Anonymous Mar 08, 2008

    same problem... argh!!!! having had to send my 360 back it is now looking like the Wii has the same fault disc jammed will not eject looks like a lot of other users having the same issue. Will call Nimtemdo

  • thelone Mar 19, 2008

    just bought a wii for my sons' birthday...same issue - didn't even load the first game -
    spouse on the way back to the store - hoping they have one left.
    I think it's ridiculous that the demand still so far outweighs the supply. First I had to act like a mad crazy consumer and meet the truck at the dock -
    this after multiple phone calls to different stores.
    then.. get the thing home and doesn't work -
    poo.
    if they don't have another left I suppose I'll do the 4 day turnaround for a remanufactured one - it's just such a bummer. My son was super disappointed. Anyhow, we'll just wait and see.

  • animalsoupo Mar 27, 2008

    i was playing a wii game and when i had finished playing pressed the eject button and the disc just rattled about inside it. i tried switching it off at the mains then on again, tilting it forwards and still it just rattles. now the game disc wont even load!

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2008

    i was playing super smash bros. brawl and my brother got to the wii and it fell and i turned it off and when i turned it back on again it made a buzzing sound and i pressed the eject button the disc would not come out and the disc did not load

  • Anonymous Apr 12, 2008

    me wii will not play or eject the disk.

  • jose_kicin Apr 23, 2008

    i droped it and it wont eject it and it wont read the disk that is stuck in there

  • mikeyjenny20 Apr 30, 2008

    Recently I have had the same problem with my son's Wii. All that he told me is that he tried to eject the disk that was already in there so that he could put in another. The Wii just made this horrible clicking sound. Thankfully for my kids and my wallet, I have an extensive background in electronics. Right after I pressed the eject button and it started clicking, I inserted 2 steak knifes in the disk slot, one on top and one on bottom. I created a set of tweezers if you wish and pinched the disk on the back. I was able to remove, not 1, but 2 disks. After that I laughed and tried to insert a disc. Still was doing the same thing but with a different tone. I did the same thing and removed 2 more disks. This worked for me and now, the Wii is up on a shelf so my 2 year old cannot get to it.

  • Anonymous May 13, 2008

    im having the same problem BUT the gamecube disk is in so far i can put brawl in and it will run properly -.-' and i want my gamecube disk out

  • Anonymous May 18, 2008

    Our Wii started having trouble ejecting after one of our kids knocked it over. The games play fine, but it takes several tries to get the eject to work. I turn the power off and on sometimes. Both times it has finally come out when I am holding the console horizontally (but not everytime I do that).

  • sparky008 Jun 19, 2008

    Disc will not eject from wii nor will it run.

  • thebeast Jun 24, 2008

    I had 2 Gamecube disk struck in my WII. 1st disk was stuck, then I put in a 2nd [trying to get out the first] and both were stuck . . . tried everything, read e-mail's - nothing worked. Call Nintendo and was going to send back . . . after I printed labels, got box to send . . . I decided to try 1 more time . .. plugged in, turned it on, held it so the disk opening faced floor, pressed eject, shooked it a little, and viola . . . IT WORKED - the disk came out . . . so I don't have to send away to Nintendo on the first week of Summer . . . my son is very happy [as am I] YEAH!!

  • yea6 Jun 27, 2008

    Here is my fix just try to instert another cd but dont let it go in all the way. Hold it tight and pull back out when its half way in and my stuck cd came right out.

  • yea6 Jun 27, 2008

    Just stick a cd in but dont let it go in all the way pull back when it's halfway in (hold it tight). In my case my stuck cd came right out.

  • famousrice Jun 30, 2008

    one of my game is stuck n when i press eject button, it just makes this weird buzzing sound n it doesnt come out, what do i got to do?

  • dbri899 Jul 03, 2008

    my disk is stuck in my wii. and it wont come out at all.

  • ryboxers Jul 05, 2008

    My disc will not eject out of the Wii Console. What do I need to do to fix this, and can I fix it myself?



    I have only tried to eject the disc and I've hit the reset button that is all.

    Thank you.

  • Anonymous Jul 16, 2008

    I have got a new wii and when i put wii sports in it made this grinding sound so i pressed the eject button and it just made the grinding sound again if i dont get it fixed discretly by myself my mum will hit the roof PLEASE HELP!!!

  • adrianewhiti Jul 20, 2008

    My wii game console will not eject the disc. It only lights up blue , and do nothing. What should I do?

  • carlos gonzalez Jul 20, 2008

    mi wii dosent return the game back i push eject and nothing and the game inside is a rental i need help soon!!



  • Anonymous Jul 24, 2008

    disk wont eject

  • sheilasingle Aug 01, 2008

    i have the same problem i need help

  • klou318 Aug 05, 2008

    game won't eject

  • linnie12002 Aug 06, 2008

    I've played this thing twice and now it won't turn on, won't eject, won't do anything!!!! Please help!!!!!!

  • aflanding Aug 09, 2008

    Tried to eject disk but it would not eject. Tried turning off and doing it again no luck. Took some screws off the side to see if it would lift off no luck. Any help to resolve thesituation would be greatly aprreciated.

  • Anonymous Aug 10, 2008

    I tried turning it off and on, but it still won't eject.

  • Anonymous Aug 19, 2008

    disc stuck in wii console

  • jendeloe Aug 30, 2008

    disc is stuck in the console. I have tried turning it off and back on, and no luck.

  • Anonymous Sep 14, 2008

    wii won't accept or eject disks



  • Anonymous Oct 11, 2008

    i have rock band and the disk wont eject ive tried everything turning on and off
    ect....


  • wiinewbie Oct 18, 2008

    We were so bummed that thought we were able to insert 2 discs and only one came out.  We tried all the "tricks" posted here and to no avail.  I laughed at the morons who mistakenly loaded a disc into their DVD player instead of the Wii...well, my husband is now the President of that club.

  • twilimaster Oct 19, 2008

    I have a gamecube game stuck on my wii and when I press eject I only hear a weird buzzing and then nothing happens =( pls tell me how to fix it!



  • twilimaster Oct 19, 2008

    A gamecube game is stuck on my wii and when i press eject i only hear a buzzing sound =( pls tell me the problem!

  • askingedik Oct 28, 2008

    doesnt eject cd

  • Anonymous Nov 01, 2008

    disk plays but won't eject



























































































































































































  • Anonymous Nov 02, 2008

    My wii won't eject the disk but it can play it. plus it dropped once

  • Anonymous Nov 04, 2008

    it wont come out!!

  • carriek Nov 06, 2008

    The disk won't eject!!! What do we do??

  • Anonymous Nov 07, 2008

    same deal here mine's modded it froze with a backup of mariokart. I tried to eject while the game was playing and it wasn't havin it!!

  • Anonymous Nov 08, 2008

    Does not eject

  • rixanon Nov 16, 2008

    wasabi v3 soldered on d2e 3.3U firmware, 2032 is out.
    its not a blown fuse, do not recommend i bypass the fuse.
    doesn't eject, dont know if it sucks, probably doesn't, but i'm thinking it plays, one fuse, one motor, and it plays? must not be a blown fuse.
    initially the disc channel said smash with smash disc. gave me error plz eject and restart. now disc channel says no disc doesn't spin doesn't read, disc is in there, smash. had it on for about half an hour and hasn't turned off like it had when i had first turned it on after installing. details on that are, i think, wasabi defaulted to restart on error msg for no reason(the please eject the dvd and restart error). all i need to know is could i manually get the cd out without damaging the drive or the drives ability to **** the dvds back in. is connected to the internet, inet chan shows black and i haven't waited to find out what happens if you leave it. haven't tried to update the firmware and wont. all i need to do is get this damn 1.4 dvd in there and then i'm set. i am now planning to drive to coffee shop while ac adapter is connected to wii but not to wall to wait for an hour. im thinking it is rigged like a chinaman's fkn gold vault in that there are tricks from the ac adapter to the wii not from the wall that would the damn thing would wait an hour and set a random time under an hour to make the drive continue to be non-operational. all these ppl could really waste time and hurt themselves by fkn condensing solder into a pretty loop. rio wii owns all you flickering green bastards. any mofo has a mini mouse with a credit card holder on top or next to flickering green, it is what it is, a played out chiche skank punk ***** committing bank fraud.


  • rixanon Nov 16, 2008

    well i waited an hour plugged the thing in, no dice in terms of getting the drive to eject. i pressed the button quick, i turned it on and off, right side up, upside down, laying flat... anyone having problems with this make sure you set the region right on the wasabi v3 by soldering 1 to 1 for usa. usa standard of power? looking at dumps of this damn thing has me thinking region is emulated. it refuses to accept new programming altogether and dumps info on host server, good thing i have my own. maybe the only way to get a wasabi v3 d2e to eject (done properly) is to solder the flash recovery point? i think fix is 2 things, having region set to usa and flash recovery point soldered, NOT a condensed loop of solder sophisticated boredom. i suspect the point to solder to, leading from the flash recovery point, is also on the wasabi v3 chip, the point above.(J to just of right and on top C, bottom point=wasabi light:green VS same point right of C just mentioned, bottom touched to same point right of C, top=wasabi light:yellow with 15 minute kill// i suspect that is fully operational once the yellow has been on at all, meaning you can completely unsolder the two points after yellow light is on and it will still have flash recovery VS fixed limit kill for having J to C lower point after yellow. yellow 15 min kill does nothing, J to C lower after yellow 1500 fixed hours, including some advanced resolutions for power, do carefully and thoroughly take off any solder to J point in any case, i think missing gold is ok)(usa setting is important because those are 1500 pretty solid hours vs *** power standard, i thought they hate the usa?) i will find the canadian dsuckers who are responsible for sabotaging the wasabi.net.cn website and kick them squaw in the nuts. new hosting with actual schematics including clock point and obvious location of flash recovery point and so on so forth, mention of the risks is suggested. canadians are also responsible for deleting the fkn layout for the pdf, which is the reason why the pdf hasn't been released. if the chinese involved in the contract with the website tied into the production of the chip hired the canadians, then the chinese buying wasabi is void? took me 2 fkn seconds. :)


  • Gamerkyle Nov 27, 2008

    Yes i put in a disk to play and it wont eject, or play. Every other channel and everything works except the game. What do i do?

  • Anonymous Dec 05, 2008

    none of my disk will go in or out the system

  • joepmsi Dec 06, 2008

    The screen froze mid game and a high ptched noise appeared. The disc will now not eject. I have switched off and held the eject button down 60 seconds. have also placed the unit vertical and horizontal. The disc is still stuck inside

  • Anonymous Dec 25, 2008

    my disk will not eject and it makes a noise

  • MollyWar Dec 31, 2008

    I tried to switch my game but disc wont come out low growling noise

  • vorpalcrush Dec 31, 2008

    Have brawl inserted, disk doesnt eject, makes an exteremly loud buzing noise when I try to eject. Wii not under warranty anymore (just over a year, almost to the day, a bit suss). I have tried all the methods shown on this page (short of opening the console up, I dont have my triwing with me at rellies house) and nothing works. At least brawl is in...

  • stevewearp Jan 06, 2009

    the wii attempts to eject but disk fails to extract.

  • bj07503 Feb 03, 2009

    cd does not eject from system

  • scooter-2009 Feb 03, 2009

    wii disc will not eject.

  • Anonymous Feb 05, 2009

    andersonx said:
    I combined two answers in this forum for a fast and easy fix: Hld theconsole face down and press the eject button about 30 times reallyfast. Presto!!!


    Solve my problem, but only ejects the cd, know I can insert any cd and when I finally insert one continue giving me an error and the "please eject and turn off" message, know I manage to eject the game and know I will return the console, is under warranty, hopefully they will give me a new one = )

  • lemontea90 Feb 13, 2009

    I recently got my wii modified and after i got it back i put in a original guitar hero 3 disk in, before i even got the chance to play, i got an error message and the disk won't read. I can't eject the disk. When i restart my wii and get back to the main menu it tells me to insert a disk when theres already one inside! I tried all the things listed here to get the disk out (other than take it apart) but it still doesn't work. I was wondering would part of the problem of it not ejecting be the fact that i got it modified?

  • espi2 Feb 14, 2009

    My Wii accidentally fell to the ground.  Box is fine, disk inside can be read and controls work.  But the disk that was inside at the moment of the accident does not eject.

  • jr8055 Feb 16, 2009

    disc makes noise but does not eject. the game loads and plays no problem

  • Anonymous Feb 20, 2009

    last year i put my game in the wii console...ever since then i have had problems ejcting it!:-(...when i try to eject,it will make bzzzz sound and the stop!i have looked up so many websites to see whaty i could do...i pretty much followed all the rules but nothing seems to work!;-(i really wawnt to play my new wii fit and now i can't,what to do what to do!?

  • ramshakle6 Feb 20, 2009

    wii will not eject disc.

  • NaiRiG Mar 31, 2009

    Wow, I had the same problem - I thought. Reading thru the replies I noticed Solution #12... halfway dissassembling my Wii the thought popped in my head that I might have done the same stupid thing. And yes, I had accidentally inserted the gamedisc in my other Wii, which is on top of the other. *bangs head to wall*.

    *reassembles other Wii*

  • atlanta123 Apr 11, 2009

    my gamecube disc wont eject from wi...PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • jackieives Apr 21, 2009

    the wii disc is stuck in the console, it wont eject, bought the screw drivers to take it apart, but the front panel is proving to be more difficult to come apart. really could do with an illustrated guide on how to dismantle the whole unit!

  • lindseyball Apr 28, 2009

    hi i dropped my wii while playing a gamecube ame an now its jammed and i can only play that game thats in there i can even get to the wii menu

  • Anonymous May 04, 2009

    I HAVE THE DISK OUT BUT WILL NO LONGER ACCEPT OTHER DISKS.... I HAD THIS 2ND HAND OF A FRIEND WITH NO PROOF OF PURCHASE HELP ME!!

  • klyn_78 May 05, 2009

    My disc was in the Wii when I turned it on. It did not spin and when I clicked on the game channel I got a warning to eject the disc and turn the console off. When I tried the blue disc light came on, I heard a grinding sound, and the disc did not eject. I tried several times with the same result.

  • xyz13 May 05, 2009

    eject button on the wii broke

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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.

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My console is having the same problem. I solved it but hitting the eject button. And while the console is making that buzz sound like it's trying to eject the game disc, I gentle insert another game disc as if I'm trying to load it. Some how the edge of the game disc gave the other disc inside a little nudge and the console was able to eject the game disc.

The is not a perfect solution because I no have trouble loading a game disc. Sometime the console would grab the game disc but only pull it in halfway. I have to give it a gentle nudge at just the right time to have the console accept the game disc. I think it's time for me to call Nintendo customer service.

Posted on Jan 19, 2008

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My Wii fell and it still worked, but couldn't read the disk inside, and we couldn't get it out either, no sound at all from the cd mechanism. The store will exchange it for a new one, but I wanted my game back, as they are not really cheap. What I did to get the CD out: I opened the slot a little to be able to see the CD inside, then, on the side of the console buttons, I inserted a flat butter knife between in the underside of the CD just enough to lift it a little, then I slipped another CD (a blank CD will do just fine) in place of knife, and pushed it in almost all the way in, this seems to have released the game CD, and then I pulled the second CD out, and it dragged the game out. I guess that using tweezers would have worked as well to pull the CD out.
Hope this helps someone.

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Had the Nintendo wii problem about the disk being stuck in the console. Rang nintendo service line for help, they were very helpful and would have had to send back to them. Read about disk being put into the DVD player, went to check the player and wouldn't you know it there it was! Spent over three hours trying to solve this problem, oh well but what a laugh. My daughter is now very careful about putting the disk into the wii.

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I FIXED IT!!! I think.... I took a GameCube disk and tried to jam it in there. Not too aggresively but I was angry. Then for no apparent reason the disk popped out. Xmas is saved! I cleaned the disk and reinserted it. The kids are playing as I type. I am not going to try to eject it until the kids have some fun. Good Luck to all

Posted on Dec 25, 2007

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The device that grabs the game is broken. I am sure there is a way to fix this but right now I am not sure, but this happened to me and my Wii and all I did was tip the Wii face down so that the opening was downward and I hit eject. When you want to load another game you are going to have to push the game in with another disk.

Posted on Dec 28, 2007

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I combined two answers in this forum for a fast and easy fix: Hld the console face down and press the eject button about 30 times really fast.  Presto!!!

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I have the same problem with my new Wii, loaded the sports CD and play's fine and when i went to load another game. no response from the eject button. so stuck with wii sport i thought until a replacement is in stock....

BUT... frustration wins the day.

i hit the eject button fast " and i mean fast for about 50 times " and hey presto the CD ejected!!!!

it seems that the command for eject is not getting to the system and by doing this it manages to see the command at some stage.

Wii still going back for a replacment but at least i can load other games.

hope this helps

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Ok so I thought I had "A" disc stuck in the Wii console, so I hit eject while pushing in another disc and got the original one to slide out enough so I could grab it, then another one came out, then another one!!! No wonder it wasn't working! My kids shoved 3 discs in it. At least they are all out now.

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The actual eject button on the Wii is floating over the micro switch. Push the button down hard and hold it down for about 1 or 2 seconds.

If you don't feel it "CLICK" it's not pushing the switch behind it.

Also, trying to eject it with the power connected but the console in 'off' mode seems to help sometimes too.

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Hi all,

I had the same problem. And sometimes I continue to have that. (Meanwhile I have a d2c chip inside.)

In my case solution was to unplug machine before I go to sleep, and in the morning keep console horizontally (so that I use gravity in order to pull cd) and click on eject. I turn on machine with clicking on eject. If it fails, just unplug and plug again and re-try. I hope it works for you as well..

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Our WII would not eject or read a disk but everything else worked. There was two mechanical blocks right at the inside of the entry and they would not go down to allow a disk to come out or one to go in. I took the WII apart and with the serial number side facing to your left as you are looking down on it, there is a small pulley with a rubber band the acts as a belt which had slipped off. I put it back on, plugged in the WII and it started to work perfectly. It ejected disks and accepts disks now. Hope this helps someone. By the way, I found the number 1 tri-wing bit that I needed at my local ACE Hardware in a 100 piece set for 12.99.

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HA GOT IT , Same problem no disk ejecting well...i just turned it upside down and shook and lightly hit the top the disk came right out!!! who new gravity help so much ;p

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My son got two gamecube games stuck in his wii. usually if there is one gamecube game stuck in there a normal wii game inserted and ejected will get them both out. when he got two gamecube games stuck a butterknife poking around in there got them out.

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I have managed to fix an error similar to this, but it may not work for everyone. My 5 year old stick 2 gamecube discs into her old sister's Wii. Neither of them would eject.

I removed the 4 scrws that attach the from cover so that I could see into the drive ... (this may void your warranty) i could see and hear the drive trying to eject. I could also see the discs not seated correctly.

I took a DVD i didn't care about and used it ot stimulate the load and eject function while using a small screw driver to press the eject button. These actions combined with mving the whole machine to different orrientations to help the discs move inside the machine, eventually resulted in first 1 disc being ejected and then the second one a moment later.

I tested the machine with a good game and it operated fine.

Good luck ... hope this helps.

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Here is a tutorial on getting the disc out without voiding the warranty or opening the console.

http://pktos.blogspot.com/2010/06/tutorial-getting-stuck-disc-out-of-wii.html

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You have to take off faceplate small white button in right hand corner of player unlocks front locking mechinism then u can pull out with tweezer

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Had the same problem. I was about to dis-assemble the unit when I heard something "loose" inside, Turned unit with opening facing down and a penny came out. If you have a 2year old check for foreign objects before you start taking things apart.

Good Luck

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I used solution number 5 by areyes618 to find 3 DISCS stuck in the tray.
Used 2 butter knives and got 2 discs out then pressed eject and anothe disc came out!
Dont leave toddlers alone with a Wii!

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Fiend your solution direct from nintendo. Here is your solution....
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http://www.nintendo.com/wiiconsole/prob676ijt65/solution
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My darling daughters dropped our wii months ago. Something inside to do with the eject button must have gone astray. We couldn't get the current disk out (guitar hero) but could play that game, so for the last four months the only game we have been able to play is guitar hero. Being school holidays I was fed up with it not working so I have just spent the last hour determined to work out what the problem was.
The eject button wasn't working at all so after much picking and probing I was able to remove the eject button, then press a bobby pin inside the little hole where the eject button was and TADAAAAA the guitar hero disk ejected and we can now play other games!!!!!!! YEAHHHHHH so looking forward to playing them over the weekend.

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HI,

As far as eject the disc, you will have to take apart the console.

There is an excellent step by step dissassemby guide that I strongly urge you to take a look at, while taking it apart.

Go to the link below:

http://www.ps2cover.com/nintendo-wii-disassembly-instructions.shtml


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I had this problem with my Wii and it was outside warranty, i contacted Nintedo and they asked me to send it back (they sent a prepay label) I did and they'repaired it' got it back (no cost and no paperwork) still didn't work, when I complained they asked me to send it back again I did and they sent me a new Wii!! I think they have a problem so talk to them if you have this problem. We never dropped ours, chipped it or used dodgy discs.

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When you hear hoofbeats - think horses not zebras!

An eyeglass screw driver, when inserted into the Wii with a slight lift under the disk will free up the CD. My 2 year-old ensured that I master this method. On occassion a tweezers will help pull it forward until you can get your fingers on it. As long as you stay on the edge and lift lightly, the disk comes right out.

P.S. The Wii can fit 5 discs comfortably.

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Well, I thought my 2 year old old son had put 3 games into my daughter's console at once but when I got them out there was actually four. What I did was get another game and wedge it between the middle of the games stuck in console, I then pushed it as far as it would go still holding on to it then yanking it out quickly (and said a prayer). One by one the all came out. I wish that I had done this in the beginning instead of trying to use tweezers but anyway, only one was scratched by this. All the best.

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I just fixed mine the problem is the machoism of eject located in the bottom of the wii is stuck with dust and dirt . use the guide step by step posted already here. u need the a star screwdriver and the tree pointed special one for the nintendo systems.

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Not everyone will have the equipment, but as a nurse, I happened to have a set of small hemistats handy, you can reach directly into the console and if you can get a hold of the disc it will come out with a little tug. Just an idea.....

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I had this problem, and opened my wii and on the right side (front side against me) ontop of the dvd-drive there is a white wheel. I turned this clockwise with a phillips screwdriver and voila, out came the stuck game :)

Posted on Jan 10, 2009

Okay, I just finished resolving my disk not ejecting issue. It had nothing to do with pressing the reset or eject button repeatidly. The problem was the thin 4 wire disk sensor ribbon cable was not fully seated to the drive. After I connected it fully, both Wii and GameCube disks insert and eject with no problems. I would say, check all you connections before contacting Nintendo.

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A good way to get it out, keep pushing the eject button for about 30 seconds. then put it down for about 5 or 10 minutes on its ront so gravity pulls it down a little. Then take it press eject and shake it up and down so it falls out. Hope this helps . : )

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If you have a cd in the console then open op the console and open the cd tray and remove the cd and close the conesole up. send it for repair or w.e u want to do with it.

if you wanna try to fix it. and the tray wont open either 1 the tray is broken or a clog is broken or the tray is off track.

if the tray is off try then open it up and put it back on track, plug the power supply in and hit the power botton see if it opens then close it up if it does open and close.

worse comes to worse, go to google or ebay buy a new disc tray or dvd drive to the console and install it and it will correct the issue becuase it will be a all new drive. make sure you get the correct model drive/laser/tray. w.e u buy

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If you need to replace the DVD ROM, I made a video showing how I troubleshot a disk read error, took it apart, cleaned laser lens, and ended up having to replace the DVD ROM. Got a refurbished drive for $18 off eBay.

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Did u try resetting it

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Get twizzers and cut a ruber band in half, make sure the rubber band is on both sides of the twizzers then slowly pull the disc out the rubber band is so the twizzers don't scratcht the disc. i have used this method before to get 2 disc stuck in the wii console by my little cousin and it has also worked for a women i sugested to from her daughter her is the link to see her reponse but remeber the rubber band must cover bother sides of the twizzers she may have forgotten that part. http://au.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090520090114AA76IBt

Posted on May 25, 2009

I had the same problem for my wii basicly you have to bend the paper clip and try to eject the game try your luck!

Posted on Jun 25, 2008

In a week, 2 wii games got stuck but manage to get them out.......

my solution.....1. eject button press as many time as you want quickly as possible....if nothing happens.....2. turn off the wii console unplug it and wait for an hour or so...3.then turn it back on and again to step 1 and pray it the disk comes out....

personal note: i think this problem is connected to modded wii console....so every time i want to play a game i usually put an original disk first....play it for a few minutes then change to play a backup disk....no more disk jamming in the wii....for now.....

cheer........

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So when you take the face plate off hook everything back up. You'll notice once you get a game in, be careful because you have to push it in, that two tabs come up to block you from putting other discs in. There is a little plastic thing that hooks in on those metal tabs, it's hard to tell they are there. I noticed on mine that the left one looked like a U instead of being filled. The plastic thing had been knocked out of its spot. So I got the disc out and was pulling out a bit on the black plastic part where the disc goes in I noticed those metal tabs dropped a little lower. Sure enough that little plastic piece was under the left tab thing keeping it from lowering all the way and stopping the load/eject process. So if the tabs that block you from inserting discs look like U's instead of looking like a U with a T in it you know you have something blocking them from lowering all the way.

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Our Wii has been broken for about 12 months, the cd wouldn't eject but you could hear the motor trying to eject the cd. I have the 2 year old that stuck too many cd's into the console problem, anyway today my son asked if he could play it being school holidays and all. I was determined to fix this problem once and for all, I came across this website and tryed the button pushing a thousand times with the console face side down and it didn't work I was about to pull it apart when I thought I would try the suggestion of putting another cd in the console after pushing the eject button and to my surprise it actually worked!!! I pushed the cd in about 3 quarters of the way in then pulled it back out and 1 of the cd that was in there followed and then another, I then pushed the eject button and yet another cd was in it. My 2 year old had put 3 cd's in the wii at once. But all ends well it is working fine now. Thank-you to those who suggested this I thought I would have to buy a new one.

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Many thanks to all the advice. I used a mix of all methods and the disc did eject by inserting another disc at the same time to activate the release mechanism. In my case a disc half the width and twice the thickness of a Wii game was inserted and it took an hour to dig into the plastic with one half of a tweezers to move it to the edge, then the front of the machine. Well worth the time as Wii support way backlogged via phone and none of the local stores will touch this thing because of warranty issues. This problem can be fixed on your own with a lot of patience. Just DON'T lodge anything under the disk as you risk damaging the lazer.

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I did it! Same problem as all of you.
I tried to force another disk into wii, turn off and on a thousand times...

I put it upside down, give a little hit and turned on. It starts to spin the disk and ejected OK!

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Just pull it out with some tweezers
that's how my friend got it out.

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Hi!

  1. Disconnect the drive.
  2. Open up the screws.
  3. You will now be able to see the white plastic mechanism on your right side and the wheel connected to the motor.
  4. Turn the wheel towards the back side of the drive while pushing the half inch square plastic piece towards the left.
  5. You will see the disc coming out while you are turning the wheel.
Please ask for further clarifications.

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Turn the system off first, unplug the cord. Wait about 5 minutes. Then try. if it happens again take pen and stick in the disc drive, press the eject button and it will eject the disc. It might mess the wii up but it is worth it to get your game disc out.

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Your wii might have a problem with the ejecting system or the disk is stuck, u can either send it to nintendo to fix it if its under warranty , or go to a repair shop

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You just might have to take the Wii apart and get your disc. Your eject button may be bad and they are pretty cheap to replace.

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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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Mmm, try eject the game whit the wii face up side down

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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 Finally: 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. Good Luck

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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!!!!

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From the official Nintendo site:

"The Wii console will need to be repaired. Because this type of damage is not covered under Nintendo's warranty, there will be a charge for the repair. Please call 1-800-255-3700 to discuss available options."

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ITS JAMMED. SO U NEED TO PRESS IT HARD FOR A MIN. LET GOTHEN LIGHTLY PRESS,IT SHOULD POP BACK IF NOT GET FLAT HEAD SCREWDRIVER AND JUST LIGHTLY WIGGLE IT SIDE TO SIDE

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Unfortunately the Wii does not have an easily accessible manual disc eject button. You can check the article at this website=>

http://www.informit.com/articles/article.aspx?p=677908

If you feel up to it you can try to follow the instructions. It will of course void your warranty. The only other option is to take the Wii to your local Nintendo repair depot and have them do it for you.

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Instructions

  1. Step 1 Turn the Wii off and on again after about 30 seconds. Press the eject button again.
  2. Step 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.
  3. Step 3 Hold down the eject button for 5 to 10 seconds.
  4. Step 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.
  5. Step 5 Call Nintendo 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.
  6. Step 6 Nintendo says to see if power light was coming on, AC adapter reset. unplug from both ends for 90 seconds.Hold eject button for five or 10 seconds.


There is a help video here aswell but it covers the same points made above.

http://www.expertvillage.com/video/163559_troubleshooting-disc-stuck-nintendo-wii.htm

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Try resetting it by unpluging all wires and cables from the console for 2 minutes then reconnect the power wire last

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Fiend your solution direct from nintendo. Here is your solution....
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http://www.nintendo.com/wiiconsole/prob676ijt65/solution
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Hi,
Only way is to dismantle the wii then eject the disk as it will be voiding the warranty.
Check for the pin hole behind the fron bazel and if the model does not have then dismantling is as described


    Hiding screws under stickers and rubber pads is a common method used by electronics manufactures to help increase the aesthetics of their devices, as well as prevent people from easily locating screws and taking apart their products.
  1. Unscrew the two Triwing screws and three Phillips screws from the bottom of the Wii.
  2. wii console will not eject disk - thwiifig03.jpg Figure 3
    Bottom Screws
  3. Flip the Wii over onto its right side. Locate and remove the two rear rubber feet and the two rectangle stickers near the faceplate.
  4. Remove the two silver Triwing screws in the holes and remove the two black Triwing screws on the faceplate (Figure 4).
  5. thwiifig04.jpg Figure 4
    Left side screw locations
  6. Flip the Wii upright and carefully remove the two socket covers. They come right out with a little wiggling.
  7. Remove the three black Phillips screws from the black plate (Figure 5). Note the one closest to the faceplate is the longest and will need to go back into that hole when putting the Wii back together.
  8. Figure 5
    Top black plate screw locations
  9. With the screws removed, carefully pull off the faceplate of the front of the Wii. You will need to disconnect the red/black wire plug from the Wii to remove the faceplate completely. Figure 6 shows what is hidiwii console will not eject disk - thwiifig06.jpgaceplate.
  10. thwiifig06.jpg Figure 6
    Under the Wii faceplate
  11. Remove black plate from memory/controller socket area.
  12. Remove two silver Phillips and two silver Triwing scrwii console will not eject disk - thwiifig07.jpgy/controller socket area (Figure 7).
  13. thwiifig07.jpg Figure 7
    Topside screw locations
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  14. Lay the Wii on left side (with the ATI and Nintendo logo facing you) and slowly work the right side cover of the console off the device. This will take a little bit of force. If something appears to be stuck, double check to ensure you removed all the screws.
  15. Locate and remove four screws holding DVD reader in place. Two are located in plain site in the middle of wii console will not eject disk - thwiifig08.jpgare located near the front of the Wii inside the DVD unit (Figure 8).
  16. thwiifig08.jpg Figure 8
    The insides of the Wii
  17. Slowly tilt the DVD player upward toward top of Wii. There are two wires that need to be disconnected before you can safely remove the DVD unit. One is a plug type of connector that only requires a little tug. The other is a circuit strip connector that requires yowii console will not eject disk - thwiifig09.jpg brown catch, which will release the pressure holding the strip in place (Figure 9). Do not break this!
  18. thwiifig09.jpg Figure 9
    DVD Connectors
  19. Locate and remove two wireless antennas (Figure 10 and Figure 11). One is located near the bottom of the device and can be removed by carefully pushing against wii console will not eject disk - thwiifig10.jpgng the card in place. The upper card can be removed by unscrewing a silver Phillips screw. Once removed, unwii console will not eject disk - thwiifig11.jpge from the Wii's body.
  20. thwiifig10.jpg Figure 10
    Wii Antennas 1
    thwiifig11.jpgFigure 11
    Wii Antennas 2
  21. Remove two silver Phillips screws holding the fan in place (one on each side of fan). Disconnect fan power wire and remove fan (Figure 12).
  22. thwiifig12.jpg Figure 12
    Wii's fan assembly
  23. Remove three silver Phillipswii console will not eject disk - thwiifig13.jpgan flow guide/black plastic piece. Lift away the black plastic piece (Figure 13).
  24. Remove two silver Phillips screws from middle black plastic piece. Then remove the one center silver Phillips screw (Figure 13).
  25. thwiifig13.jpg Figure 13
    Fan flow assembly
  26. Lift the black plastic pieces off the Wii. The rear piece will pull away fairly easily. The center black plastic piece will require some attention. Remove the DVD wires from where they are tucked, and watch the silver heat shield piece when lifting the center plastic piece off the Wii.
  27. Remove three silver Phillip screws from front black piece and then remove wii console will not eject disk - thwiifig14.jpg the Wii. Be careful of the small square nut located on the bottom part of the piece, as well as the arm that is slightly inserted into the body of the Wii. To remove this, just lever the arm gently away from the Wii when lifting the black plastic piece out (Figure 14).
  28. thwiifig14.jpg Figure 14
    Front plastic piece


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There shoud be a small hole on the drive itself. You can try and insert a paperclip opened up to force the eject.

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Hi thanks for using fixya!!

You know what??!! that is the best to do, take your console for service, than to force to remvoe it.

But, try to turn the power off and on, and see what will do, try to reset as well.

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Your disc is stuck in Wii Console, It needs to eject manually. You might check out Wii Fix Guide, that gives step by step information on Dis-Assembling with screenshots, even a novice can fix the disc eject problem with the help of this DIY Guide. It also gives information on fixing many Wii Related Problems, so its a kind of Wii Problems Reference Fix Guide

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Look for a tiny hole next to the drawer. Push a small paperclip in and it will oped the drawer.

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Hi..
Step 1: Open the case panel with a screwdriver.
Step 2: Remove the CD-Drive by unscrewing it from the tray (you may need to disconnect the power from the back - just make sure you make sure you put them back in in the same way when you're done!)
Step 3: Turn the CD-Drive upside-down and locate the four screws in the far corners (which most likely hold the top cover on) or locate the screws which hold the top cover on.
Step 4: Unscrew the screws and remove the top cover, gently and slowly! You should have free access to the disk inside.

Once done, put everything back together. :)
try this out..
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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.

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I have had to hit my WII to remove the disc. Support one side and make a fist and wack the other side.

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Try to unplug it wait about 30seconds to a minute and then plug it back in. The system will do a systems check along with ejecting all cd's that are in the system similar to a regular CD player

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You will have to off the devivce and press the eject button continuously as you on the console.

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Press repeatedly the eject button while you restart console at the same time.

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Hmmmm, try reseting the wii or synching it. The sync button is under a removeable piece of plastic on the console??? it will show you in the manual.
Srry, im no an expert if that doesnt work.

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If it is still under warranty use the link provided

Nintendo Support

Fill out their form and be very descriptive when asked and they will repair it.

Alternatively you may choose to open the case and examine the damage - This is unadvisable as you warranty will be void and you could further damage the console

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Diconnect wait 2 minutes then reconnect power source

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Try holding down the button if that dont work take a clothes hanger and try bending it and fishing it out

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Use tweezers. Worked on mine

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Sounds like your disk is jammed.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OqmWIvwYdPg

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If a disc gets stuck in a Nintendo Wii, try holding the eject button down for five seconds and avoid pressing the button repeatedly. Try shutting down and restarting a Nintendo Wii that has a stuck disc, if that dont work try be placing the Nintendo that has a stuck disc at an angle and press the eject button, with all this if still yet it did not work then it require a technical perssonel to handle it .....

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Hi,

Is your eject button broken? Does it click when you punch it, or goes in like the button on the board is broken?

It is either this or there is something jammed inside your system.

Video: How to open Wii Console

Check inside your drive and remove anything stuck in there causing the drive to not function correctly when ejecting.

Hope I helped!

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Your disc is stuck in Wii Console, It needs to eject manually. You might check out Wii Fix Guide, that gives step by step information on Dis-Assembling with screenshots, even a novice can fix the disc eject problem with the help of this DIY Guide. It also gives information on fixing many Wii Related Problems, so its a kind of Wii Problems Reference Fix Guide.


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If you take the front cover off, it should have an emergency eject hole that you can stick a paper clip into.  Other than that, you might need to take the disk drive out and take the cover of it off.

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Hi,
I've had the same problem on many consoles. You need to dismantle unit to get at disk drive. Is quite a delicate procedure. If you want me to have a look at it for you let me know. No fix, no fee, returned free of charge.
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Maybe because the eject button is off the micro switch and you need to either press it hard or get a wii professional to take off the eject button and replace it to where it will touch the micro switch.

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Try tilting the wii at several angles. The disc may come out. If not try hitting the eject button at several angles.
If all the above fails, this(although risky) may work.
1. find another disk.
2. slide into slot, just enough to get under the cd(NOT ALL THE WAY IN)
3. lift or puch down on the disk depending on the side the new disk is on
4. hit eject while lifting or puching.
5. If this does not work the system may need to be sent out

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Get a technician to look at it or take the wii apart yourself if you're brave enough to see if anything is jammed. nintendo may fix it if its a fault in a mechanism but otherwise you'll need to see a seperate technician

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I looked it up at the troublshooting center on Nintendo.com, I found this: If a game freezes while playing, usually the power, reset, and eject buttons will not respond. Try unplugging the AC Adapter from the back of the console, then check the air vents to make sure they're not being blocked. If that does not help, it looks like you may have a problem with the wii itself. You should contact Nintendo customer support about how to get it repaired. You can call them at 1-800-255-3700. Hope it fixes it for you! Good luck! :)

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Try switching off unplug then start again after a few minutes.

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