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Multiple cds inserted into Wii at same time

My 3 year old has inserted 3 music cd's into the Wii it now won't eject them and is making a clicking noise when asking it to eject.

Can I get the cover off to get the cds out? or any other solution

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In CD's there is an emergency lock which you can open to come out the tray.

On the CD shutter you can see a very small hole in which you can only insert niddle or thin wire. Try to find out this.

  1. Make Power Off
  2. Take a hard thin wire or long niddle.
  3. Insert the niddle in the hole.
  4. Push it gently, press a lillbit harder when it stricks any thing inside.

If you notice that the door is opening then push more hard till you can pull the shutter out with your finger.

And dad don't be angry............:)) lol

If you don't find the emergency lock opener then you have only way to remove cover...

Thanks
Iqbal

Posted on Apr 06, 2008

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