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My wii says error occured eject disc and refer to the wii manual

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The best thing to do is to do as the game says.
You can go through your manual and find anything that involves the ejection of disc or something similar to what you are experiencing.
if you need a manual for the game visit the link below for a free download
http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/manuals/index.jsp
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