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I had the same problem with my 1st Wii, It ate the Wii Sports disk and wouldn't give it back :lol:
Mine also wouldn't load the game though...
To get the game out, I had to turn it off and unplug it from the wall, plug it back in,then press eject and hope. if it didnt eject I'd wait awhile and press eject again.
After pressing eject about 50 times and unplugging it like 10 times lol, it finally spat the disk out :lol:
Then I rang Nintendo up and told them the prob and they told me to send it in, took about a week before I got to play a working Wii :shock:
The replacement Wii I finally got back, has worked perfect though so it all turned out good in the end :D
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Has anyone had any problem with the Wii console not ejected discs? My Wii is having that trouble. It can play the game (luckily it's Wii sports) but no ejection. I was sure if one of my consoles was gonna give me tech problems it would be my 360 first!policia0354
so did you called?? did you manage to fix the issue?
and sorry it has not happen to me so i ca n not help :?
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Same hear, first i took it apart and got the disk out but then i couldn't insert the disk. I then looked to see if i could send it in to Nintendo and it said it was going to cost 75$.mrsirdwarf1. Start a new topic 2. Argue that it was Nintendo's fault, eventually the representative will ask you how much you think you should pay for it, then say you should get it for free. They will agree.