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Hi Caroline,
 
Did many Wii’s and still repairing it. This sounds like a bad Inject/Eject motor and it is replaceable. I’ll make a guide if I get another Wii which is having this kind of issue.
Did many Wii’s and still repairing it. This sounds like a bad Inject/Eject motor and it is replaceable. I’ll make a guide if I get another Wii which is having this kind of issue.
 
Part (and guide): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ioVJ3XJhQQ
 
You need to desolder/solder 2 cables.
 
Replacing the whole drive, will fix the issue! But is more expensive to do so. I always refurbish the drives and put it back together.
 
Side note: Check the condition of the gears and the rubber too.

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Edit by: koppie007 ,

Text:

Hi Caroline,
 
Did many Wii’s and still repairing it. This sounds like a bad Inject/Eject motor and is replaceable. I’ll make a guide if I get another Wii which is having this kind of issue.
 
Part (and guide): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ioVJ3XJhQQ
 
You need to desolder/solder 2 cables.
 
Replacing the whole drive, will fix the issue! But is more expensive to do so. I always refurbish the drives and put it back together.
 
Side note: Check the condition of the gears and the rubberrubber too.
Side note: Check the condition of the gears and the rubberrubber too.

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open

Edit by: koppie007 ,

Text:

Hi Caroline,
 
Did many Wii’s and still repairing it. This sounds like a bad Inject/Eject motor and is replaceable. I’ll make a guide if I get another Wii which is having this kind of issue.
 
Part (and guide): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ioVJ3XJhQQ
 
You need to desolder/solder 2 cables.
 
Replacing the whole drive, will fix the issue! But is more expensive to do so. I always refurbish the drives and put it back together.
 
Side note: Check the condition of the gears and the rubber.

Status:

open

Original post by: koppie007 ,

Text:

Hi Caroline,

Did many Wii’s and still repairing it. This sounds like a bad Inject/Eject motor and is replaceable. I’ll make a guide if I get another Wii which is having this kind of issue.

Part (and guide): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ioVJ3XJhQQ

You need to desolder/solder 2 cables.

Replacing the whole drive, will fix the issue! But is more expensive to do so. I always refurbish the drives and put it back together.

Status:

open