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Friday, May 23, 2008

Fixed! Wii Discs Eject on Their Own

This post is one of several on how to fix problems with your Nintendo Wii. To see the entire list, click here for the Nintendo Wii Repair Guide.


A known issue that can occur with the Nintendo Wii gaming console is that a disc or multiple discs may start ejecting on their own. This may happen when at the Wii menu, in a channel, r even possibly during gameplay. Usually the result is that you have to return to the main menu, restart, or power off the Wii -- losing any progress that you may have made.

However, if it continues, then it may be a symptom of a larger issue. There are a number of possibilities and fixes, depending on how the error is occurring.

What is the frequency / occurrence of this problem for you?

Problems with one specific game
Check Nintendo's list of known Game issues, to see if the game you are playing has any known issues.

Check the bottom of the Game Disc (the side without any labels or writing) for any dirt or damage (such as cracks, scratches, etc.).

If the game looks significantly damaged, such as with scratches or cracks, it will need to be replaced. Please contact Nintendo for Game Disc replacement options.

If the game looks dirty (fingerprints, smudges), try cleaning the Game Disc by clicking here. If the problem persists, the Game Disc will need to be replaced. Please contact Nintendo for Game Disc replacement options.

If the above information does not solve your problem, then the Game Disc will need to be replaced. Please contact Nintendo for Game Disc replacement options.

Only have one Game Disc
Check Nintendo for known Game issues, to see if the game you are playing has any known issues.

Check the bottom of the Game Disc (the side without any labels or writing) for any dirt or damage (such as cracks, scratches, etc.).

If the game looks significantly damaged, such as with scratches or cracks, it will need to be replaced. Please contact Nintendo for Game Disc replacement options.

If the game looks dirty (fingerprints, smudges), try cleaning the Game Disc by clicking here. If the problem persists, the Game Disc will need to be replaced. Please contact Nintendo support at 1-800-255-3700 to discuss available options.

Can you try the Game Disc in another Wii console? If so, this can help narrow down the problem.

Yes, tried the Game Disc in another Wii console but the Game Disc still will not play:
The problem appears to be with the Game Disc. Please contact Nintendo for Game Disc replacement options.

Yes, tried the Game Disc in another Wii console and the Game Disc worked properly:
The problem appears to be with the Wii console itself, and a repair is necessary. Please contact Nintendo support at 1-800-255-3700 to discuss available options.

No, you are not able to try the Game Disc in another Wii console:
At this time it is difficult to determine if the problem is with the Wii console or the Game Disc, and we recommend a repair for your Wii console and game. Please contact Nintendo support at 1-800-255-3700 to discuss available options.

Problems with some games (not all)
Are you able to play one type of Game Disc but not another (for example, you can play Wii Game Discs but not Nintendo GameCube Game Discs)? If so, then it is likely there is a problem with the Wii console and it will need to be repaired. Please contact Nintendo support at 1-800-255-3700 to discuss available options.

Check the bottom of the Game Disc (the side without any labels or writing) for any dirt or damage (such as cracks, scratches, etc.).

If the games look significantly damaged, such as with scratches or cracks, it will need to be replaced. Please contact Nintendo Game Disc replacement options.

If the game looks dirty (fingerprints, smudges), try cleaning the Game Discs by clicking here. If the problem persists, the Game Discs will need to be replaced. Contact Nintendo for game replacement options.

If the above information does not solve your problem, then it appears there is a problem with the Wii console and it will need to be repaired by Nintendo

Problems with all discs

This indicates the problem is likely with the Wii console and it will need to be repaired. Please contact Nintendo support at 1-800-255-3700 to discuss available options.

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