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Clicking noise i keep getting clicking noise when the wii is playing disc when you turn the wii it goes away or gets louder help please its doing my head in

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Continuous clicking could be a few gear-related issues:

-if the pinion gear is slipping against the rack for the disc-load mechanism, you can try to re-align the rack (hopefully it was just forced out of place and can be clicked back). i would suspect this if the noise is relatively quiet and very fast.

-if something is jamming the load mechanism, like the rack is stuck, the pinion gear may be clicking over the teeth of the rack. i would suspect this if the noise is loud and slower.

If the wii is under warrenty i suggest you take it in!!! if not have a repair centre fix it. it will need a new drive.

Posted on May 02, 2008

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