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After ejecting a disc and putting in another the tv screen displayed an error occurred and we cannot get the power button to shut off to reset it

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Do you have any details on what the error was? If it was a 001 read error, or something related, where you often get a green or blue screen, you simply need to FIRST eject the disc by pressing the eject button, then hold the power button down for about 5 seconds and your Wii will shut down.

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