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Eject my wii keeps on ejecting the disks everytime i feed it into the slot

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  • taz67 Jan 04, 2009

    i have had my wii a while now and just lately when i put a disc in it keeps ejecting.what can i do to resolve it.

  • cristine_327 Feb 15, 2009

    my wii console makes weird noises when inserting or ejectiong cd's and it wont read it

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Seriously??? the "fixes" listed are ridiculous...if you don't know the answer please don't post an ignorant response - it's not helping anyone who needs a REAL solution!

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Frist make sure you are inserting the disk correct label side up or label to the right if you are which you mostly Are then your console has a propbelm with feeder which mean it must go back to the store

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Same thing happened here but i managed to sort it in a matter of minutes:

1.Make sure the Wii is stood up the right way.
2.Make sure you can see the picture on the cd at the right side of the wii slot.
3.If it ejects again continue putting it in eventually it will work if not ask the Nintendo company.

Posted on Jun 07, 2008

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