Question about Nintendo Wii Console
The reason of the problem might be (Because of the game you say makes it happen) because of overheating. Be sure that the Wii is ventilated enough, make sure that the air entrances and exits are not blocked in anyway, if you have a cooler, make sure it's plugged in correctly. Also, try not playing the game for extended periods of time. Also make sure that the console is balanced so that when it reads the Disc, the motor won't make the console "dance". If the problems persist or you don't think it's an overheating problem, then you'll have to take it to repair, you can try and open it yourself and see if something is making the Optical Drive stop or get jammed, but you could void your guarantee or mess up your Wii for good. Open it and check it ONLY if you have some sort of knowledge in electronics or computer hardware.
Posted on May 26, 2011
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