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Nintendo Wii Do you have any web address' for repairing and troubnleshooting Nintendo Wii system. I have a unit that after a while will stop playing and display an error has occured reading disk. I need to fix this my self and want to do a little reading. My experience tells me a power supply or bad connection inside unit. Any good web address' or advise would be helpfull. Thank You, Al.

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Yes, it is, support.nintendo.com.

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