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Disc stuck inside wii - making a strange noise when i tried to put the disc in

I have just purchased a reconditioned wii from game. No instructions in box and when I switched it on and tried to put disc in, it made a buzzing noise - disc now stuck!

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  • rozlee Aug 18, 2008

    thanks for looking at my problem, thought I would have to take it back - doesnt seem right!

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Take it back to game

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