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Disc is stuck

My son moved his xbox while it was on and now the disk will not come out and there is no picture what do I do.

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  • Nbrinson33 Aug 07, 2008

    Thank you, I think I will just send it in and have them fix it.

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Im not entirely sure but it would be best to phone them up and have them take it away and fix it and bring it back in 10 days, if you cant wait or have no warranty, take it apart while referring to guides on youtube etc.

Posted on Aug 07, 2008

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