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    Wii need help Ejecting

    hello guys i need help with my wii i tried to install a wii clip and the wiikey 2 but it didn't work so i removed it but my game was in there i couldn't take it out but i found a manual eject then i put the game back in to see if it takes it and it did and also it read the game could anyone tell me whats wrong with it and how i can fix it thanx in advance

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    Um. You never said that you had problems. You said you manually edjected it but the console took the game the 2nd time. Are you only having problems edjecting it?

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    im so sorry for confusing you i was in a rush my wii is not ejecting the games but its accepting it and spinning im extremly sorry for confussing you

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    In performing the manual eject, did you take the front plate off and use the paperclip hole or something else? If you did what I just described, check to see that the faceplate is aligned properly, it may just be blocking the disc from ejecting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gen3sf View Post
    In performing the manual eject, did you take the front plate off and use the paperclip hole or something else? If you did what I just described, check to see that the faceplate is aligned properly, it may just be blocking the disc from ejecting.
    no my wii is open and i didn't use the paperclip technique i rotated the rubber mechanism on the drive

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    OK, then I'm guessing that the 1-inch white plastic piece that has the notch where the ribbon cable attaches to the drive might be a little misaligned. Check that out. Good luck, hope that does it-fingers crossed.

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    You may have bent some pins whilst using the wii-clip
    grab a magnifying glass and examine all the pins carefully.

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    Ok so is it the ribbon cable or the wire with like 6 wires attached and the wiiclip wouldn
    't stay on and when it did i would turn it on it would say an error has occured please eject the disk help

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    Eragon,
    None of us can say for certain what the precise source of the problems is. Urban and I are sharing our guesses, you have to actually look and see if anything, whether pins are bent, a plastic piece is misaligned, etc. Just go slowly, carefully, and be observant. Good Luck to you.

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    Also make sure that when you are tightening things back up to don't make them TOO tight, just snug. It can mess things up as well.
    Last edited by brougham; 08-27-2009 at 12:30 PM. Reason: spelling

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