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There is either something inside of your Wii's DVD Drive blocking the insertion of the disc, or some of the gears inside of the DVD drive are damaged. Lots of times, one of the kids will stuff a penny, credit card, or some other foreign object inside of the Wii's disc slot. The following website sells the DVD drive mechanisms and does repairs on the Wii as well:
It sounds like the laser may have gone out. Check to make sure the disc is clean and inserted with the label facing outwards. If this doesn't work and/or your Wii also makes strange noises while trying to read the disc that more than likely means a bad laser. You can purchase a laser and fix it yourself if your good at things like that. If not there are game repair companies that will do it for a fee.
The only way to fix it is to open up the disc drive and reset the the mechanism that sets the disc with the laser. As the system draws the disc in, it also raises the laser unit that is hooked to a gear driven mechinism. Sometimes when dropped, kicked, smacked...etc, the gears can come off of alignment. It's a pain to repair but really not that hard. You really need some patience and a to be carefull not to damage anything. Hope this helps.
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problems can be repaired with the help of DIY Guides, one such guide
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