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Look in the trunk, theres a panel that says navigation on it. just pull out panel and slide over the button cover. turn the car on, then hit the eject button, insert new disc and let it load all the way. just watch the nav screen for it to finish.
When you hit eject do you hear it attempting to push out the disc? It may be blocked by something. If it is not attempting to push out the disc then something isn't registering with the eject button. In this case, power down the wii, unplug all plugs from the back, wait 90 seconds or so, plug in just the power plug and hit the eject button (before hitting power or anything else). If it still does not try to eject then either the button is broken or the disc drive in the wii has died.
It is still probably under warranty from Nintendo, they can fix it for free for you. If anything, give them a call at:
I have a 3600 that worked perfectly until i hit the "UPDATER" icon at Garmins suggestion, it fried something but the screen and the rest of the unit are in great shape........ I could not shut the unit off so I took the batter out, the screen is fine, if anyone want it for 40 bucks, drop me a line......... [email protected]
Turns out my suspicions wre correct about the DVD player being "sluggish" from lack of use. By continuing to exercise the drive motor by hitting play and eject while simutaneously attempting to insert a disc finally paid off. Now it readily accepts the disc and everything is functioning as designed. Trust me, I'm not going to let it sit idle for anymore extended periods...................baltogas
Had same problem as you, never will I "hit" a machine but read a post to do so. I tapped on top as I hit eject and it worked. Something about a magnetic effect as the thing ages and a solution to use electric tape. I will just tap, only as nessesary. My computer did the same (can't tap) I tried to always have a disc in drive which made it eject easier. Hope it works.
hi make sure that you cart is inserted all the way in, push the eject button why hitting the mag with the handle of ascrew driver. this may dislodge the jammed arm/lever. otherwise its down to your repair agent.