>Nintendo Wii doesn't eject discs
>Nintendo Wii disc drive makes a grinding noise
>Nintendo Wii drive is scratching discs
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The main reason we see Nintendo Wii with drive faults coming in are caused by accidental damage. If a disc isn't inserted perfectly straight it can dislodge the rollers that bring the disc in and out again. If any pressure is put on the console where the disc drive is, it can cause the housing of the drive to bend preventing discs from being inserted properly.
We have found that the younger members of the family have used the Nintendo Wii disc slot as a letterbox. We have found a huge range of objects inside drives from fridge magnets and coins to half eaten jam sandwiches playing cards etc.
Another common fault is where the Nintendo Wii drive ejects discs on its own. You may be playing a game and the Nintendo Wii beeps and ejects the disc. This can be a problem with the eject sensor and other parts of the drive mechanism.
The first thing we do before any repair is test the console to confirm the fault. We clean out any dust as we go. We then proceed to open the Nintendo Wii to gain access to the disc drive.
We inspect the internal parts, gears and motors to see where the fault lies. Any faulty parts are replaced, the Wii mechanism is realigned and tested out. We will test the Wii a number of times on our testing bench prior to releasing it for dispatch.