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to get it to over heat you just turn it off and then stick a tooth pick in the back to stop the fan and tape it in place but once it cools down you wont have 3 reds anymore unless you keep the toothpick in for like a week
When the Wii takes in a disk two metal fingers rise up to block the opening. These probably got bent when your two year old tried inserting the second disk. If they are bent they will rub the edge of the disk and prevent it from rotating. If a smaller game cube disk will work then bent fingers is the most likely problem. They can be bent back out.
if you click on the cd that is on the screen and the game does not start then the disk is faulty. If it has scratches on this can be repaired in places like 'game' that repair scratched disks for about £2 - £3.
Try cleaning the disk with a soft wet cloth then dry it gently with a soft dry cloth and see if this helps first.
Sorry forthakids I had the same trouble . Had to sent the cube back to Nintendo for replacement ( had it for 6months) . So I think the best thing to do is buy a new one, then try and repair this one. GRCook