any idea? eject mechanism refuse discs until power cycle

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  1. stefer
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    I have a problem... i installed a d2sun pro v3.0 with wii-clip. SInce then, if i eject a disc, and try to put another one in, the mechanism doesn't pick it up. The door feels jammed. I power cycle my Wii (turn it completely off, then on), and the mechanism sounds like its resetting itself, only then i can put another disc in.
    Any ideas??
     
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    Sounds like you got a loose screw..
     
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    Hmmm... maybe.
    I'll open it up and try it opened up. Will check the 4 screws holding the drive, then go backward until the Wii is closed again.

    Thx!
     
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    The main data bus ribbon that connects the dvd drive to the wii may be unseated slightly. It gets easily disturbed when flipping the drive over to fit the chip.
     
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    I remember having to re-insert it since it came out when i opened back my wii to set those darn DIP switches on the chip. They said only to short pin 1 for DMS chipsets, but on the wii-clip website they say to leave DIP 3 off and 4 on for usa-DMS. (+ short pin 1)... [​IMG]

    Anyway, followed your advice, i reseated it, and plugged it and tested it and now it works fine! So i put it back together, making sure not to screw the screws too tightly (secured but not too tight). And now i power it up and all is OK.

    So thx guys for your help!!! greatly appreciated!
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    /&$*(&$/
    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    It's back to doing it! Everytime! I'm confused [​IMG]
     
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    Ever tried dusting your wii?
     
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    It only started after installing the chip.

    And the insides were very clean, not a speck of dust to be seen anywhere.
     

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