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Need Help Reassembling WII

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii / Wii U' started by jmatty1, Apr 25, 2007.

  1. jmatty1

    jmatty1 Member

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    I took it apart and was gonna install mod chip but decided against it. Now i started to put it back together. I put the a game in it and it goes in fine but will not eject.

    Please help.
     
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    Did you make sure you put the DVD drive cables back on correctly?

    I do not want to hotlink to the pictures that are on the guide below.

    So go to step 5 in the guide and make sure you have reconnected the DVD face plat cover.

    Then go to step 8 and make sure the 2 DVD drive cables are plugged in correctly.

    Those are the only 3 cables that you disconnect during the disassembly.

    Below is the guide to look at.

    http://www.wii-ftw.com/?page=disassembling_wii
     
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    I am pretty sure that i put the cables back on correctly. The drive lights up blue when i press the eject button but does not eject


    I have a white piece that is extra maybe if i post an image someone could help me
     
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    Go ahead and take a picture of it.

    It isn't good to have parts left over after assembling the Wii back together. LOL
     
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    It's a white plastic piece, guessing that it goes in the drive somewhere
     
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    Extra pieces are never good, unless you are playing with a bucket of LEGO's...
     
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    Well a white plastic peace isn't very helpful an image would maybe help more.
     

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