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    ok so i tried to put back the wii clip and it was not accepting it or ejecting it ok and then i removed it it won't eject i tried taking the wire out puting it so any ideas i heard hbc can help or something

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eragoncool5 View Post
    ok so i tried to put back the wii clip and it was not accepting it or ejecting it ok and then i removed it it won't eject i tried taking the wire out puting it so any ideas i heard hbc can help or something
    As I understand your post, with the clip in place, neither the mechanism for accepting a disc insertion not ejection of disc is operational. With the clip removed, a disc is accepted and spins but won't eject.

    Further, you have, to the best of your ability, physically examined the drive to ensure all components are in place, aligned, and are not too tight or loosely fastened.

    I did not understand your statement that the Homebrew Channel (HBC) could help with this problem. At this time, it seems that your best recourse is to take your Wii, and your chipmod with clip into a repair shop. Best of luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gen3sf View Post
    As I understand your post, with the clip in place, neither the mechanism for accepting a disc insertion not ejection of disc is operational. With the clip removed, a disc is accepted and spins but won't eject.

    Further, you have, to the best of your ability, physically examined the drive to ensure all components are in place, aligned, and are not too tight or loosely fastened.

    I did not understand your statement that the Homebrew Channel (HBC) could help with this problem. At this time, it seems that your best recourse is to take your Wii, and your chipmod with clip into a repair shop. Best of luck.
    so how do i find a repair shop close to me and would you know the price i live in herndon va

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    Eragon,

    Recommend you check your local phone book. Price will, of course, depend on the extent of damage you may have accidentally inflicted. Sorry.

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    i have a similar issue with my solderless wiikey2, with it the drive motor does not even spin to feed the disk. however without it the wii works though.

    i'm sure the installation is fine, as i have two chips and two wii's and all have the same issue. have emailed Techsick's support where i bought them but have yet to get a reply.

    i removed my wired wiikey1 for this. should i just remove the chip from the clip and do it the wired way?

    any suggestions from the more experienced members here? thanks in advance.

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    remove the clip and do itthe wired way is highly recommended.
    once done, problem free forever (almost ! ....lol)

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    after searching the net for hours, finally found a solution!

    apparently this is a common problem with the solderless wiikey 2 mod chip, and to fix the drive's non-feeding/ejecting issue is just to cleanly cut the "G" copper track to disable the connection, that's it!

    my set is now working perfectly, on 4.1J firmware. i just hope the clip is secure enough to stay put.

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    ok but my problem is its not ejecting they say there is a program on the hbc that can eject it by it self
    any comments

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