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Wii not working - Toddler has posted something in it - HELP!!

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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
My son posted some thing/things into the wii. I turned it upside down & a 20p fell out! When I try to start a disc it makes a horrible sound so I am guessing there is something else in there. Does anyone have any idea's about what I can do???!!
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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#1
has it got screws so you can take it apart
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collo;1876550
has it got screws so you can take it apart

You will need a tri-wing driver for it though, but yeah DO NOT use it until you have taken it to bits to remove any loose objects from it!

One of xxxxxxxxxxxxxx not recommending this seller though just as an example.
#3
my lads killed a few dvd players and vhs players using the coin post method,

try and get the coins out then take it back if its under warrenty? if not at least you have some coins towards a new one.
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Taking apart the Wii is easy, I've done it twice for other reasons. You can follow one of the many guides online, like this one http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8epujddQTc
#5
Robotochan
Taking apart the Wii is easy, I've done it twice for other reasons. You can follow one of the many guides online, like this one http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8epujddQTc


that looks easy
#6
Good luck taking it apart - shouldn't be too difficult. The advice above is good; don't try to play anything until you've removed all the foreign objects (kids, eh!)
#7
Liddle ol' me;1876613
Good luck taking it apart - shouldn't be too difficult. The advice above is good; don't try to play anything until you've removed a[COLOR=Blue]ll the foreign objects ([/COLOR][COLOR=Blue]kids, eh!)[/COLOR]

Nah I think he only put small things in it like coins - definitely no kids though if I understand the op right!
#8
Luckily I have the right screwdrivers (good ole DX) so hubby is on the job now - will let you know how it goes...... fingers crossed!
#9
harlzter
Nah I think he only put small things in it like coins - definitely no kids though if I understand the op right!


vey droll, harlzter - but I like it!
#10
lerryn;1876632
Luckily I have the right screwdrivers (good ole DX) so [COLOR=RoyalBlue]hubby is on the job now[/COLOR] - will let you know how it goes...... fingers crossed!

and you let him get away with this?
#11
harlzter
and you let him get away with this?


hardy hardy har...

Well thanks to you guys i have a working wii. Thanks so much. There was another 20p in a really awkward hole. It was like playing operation. The disk inside (Super Monkey Banana Blitz) looked gouged to ******y - but it actually woks fine.

Rep has been added to those who helped.
#12
krjgreen
my lads killed a few dvd players and vhs players using the coin post method,

try and get the coins out then take it back if its under warrenty? if not at least you have some coins towards a new one.


So did I :) I was posting coins into a video player when I was younger, parents didnt realise. There were loads of them before they saw me do it, and it was still working!
banned#13
I hope you have moved the wii out of money box range ;)
#14
God knows where he got the coins. I have now put tape across the slot!

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