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Need to repair gamecube ASAP

System fell and now when you put disc in it only shows demo. I think a piece broke where disc belongs. Where can I send it or go to get it repaired. I live in New York.

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  • You don't take care of it.
  • Family member/friend did something to it when it fell down.
  • You use it too much and it overheated and fell down.

Posted on Dec 08, 2007

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