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IPod and cd will not play error code 003 comes up

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SOURCE: wii error code 003.

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SOURCE: Error Code #E000602-003

0003 A sector fault is detected on the HDD.

You need to replace HDD, upload system, language,...

Call service, beacause all of above is done over service support tool.

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