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Harbinger2010

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#1 15 years ago

Not sure if I can get any help, but here goes. I'm getting a NO DISK error on all games. I've checked for foreign objects and the like, to no avail. When I drop a disk in, it spins up, and the lens head starts making a funny clicking noise. I took the disk out, and realized the lens head not only doesn't move when I put in a disk, but I can actually push it. This sounds like not good behaviour. Any thoughts?




doctorandy

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#2 15 years ago

sounds dead to me try calling up nintendo and describe to them your problems. if they try to charge you, you can always get defensive and say "look, i've shelled out a lot of money on this system and its games, if i have to pay more to get it to work, i'm just going to sell it for a ps2 or xbox" if that doesnt work, you're either going to have to pay, or you're screwed, and you could find alternate shady methods of getting a new one (and no, i wont go into detail how, you'll have to use your imagination)




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#3 15 years ago

Try going to www.nintendo.com and use the help there.