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My xbox wont run games

Every time i put a game in it says put an xbox 360 game in an xbox console does anyone know how to solve this

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  • Anonymous Jan 19, 2009

    when i put a game in the disk tray and close it, the xbox says "reading" then it says "open tray", as if there isnt a disk in the tray...

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Assuming this is the original drive in the system you will need to have the drive serviced or replaced. We can offer this service. email us for estimate if interested. xbox360fixer@verizon.net

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