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I just got a used Gamecube in the mail and it worked for a few hours and when I went to change a game, it goes into the GameCube's menu and showing that there is no disk and I tried more with the same results. There was one game though that had a question mark in the menu. Is there any way I can fix this myself? If so, how?

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No man u need a new gc send it off or trade in for a new one

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