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Unable to read disc

I bought a game called super smash bros brawl from chips in letworth and the game says us on it. it wont work on my wii and says unable to read disk check the wii operations manual for help on troubleshooting ive looked and cant find the problem help me plz.

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  • Bio-Hazard23 Jul 01, 2008

    My wii is unable to read the Super smash bros. brawl disc.

  • chedan15 Feb 04, 2009

    my super smash bros brawl game aint workin too

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If you are not in the US, Canada, or Mexico, the game shouldn't work on your system.

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