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Cannot play any game without an error

My wii makes a grinding noise whenever I put any game in it and it says an error has occured Press the eject Botton/ and remove the Game disk, and turn the power off.

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I used to have the same  problem and Nintendo said it was beause the optical lasers were not lined up straight. Send it to Nintendo and you will get it back in 3-5 days.

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