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Console Maintenance & Repair

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1 Console Maintenance & Repair on 18/4/2012, 17:02

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I've been finding these strange marks on the data side of my Xenoblade Chronicles game disc, everytime I take it out of my Wii. They're not scratches, and they appear like some type of film or residue. I know they're only surface blemishes, because they aren't visible while holding the disc at an angle. It's slightly strange, because they're perfectly straight lines. All three of these lines go across the disc at the same type of angle, and cross through each other creating triangular patterns. Does anybody have any clue as to what might be causing these lines to appear, or has anybody had something similar occur to their game discs before? I'm thinking my Wii might be dirty inside. For some strange reason, this has only been happening to my Xenoblade Chronicles game disc. The game still plays perfectly fine, so I'm not currently that worried about it. I don't happen to have a game disc cleaning kit at my immediate disposal, so I'm unable to see if these marks can be easily removed. Do you think the Wii console laser cleaning kit would stop this from occurring anymore?

2 Re: Console Maintenance & Repair on 18/4/2012, 17:16

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I've had that happen on the SSBB disc before but I could easily just wipe it off. It could just be dust in the console itself. However it could be because it's a dual-layered disc, however I think yours might be the upgraded one if you have that limited edition red Wii.

I think you should give your Wii a clean inside and see how that goes, it could be just nothing.





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3 Re: Console Maintenance & Repair on 18/4/2012, 19:57

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How do I go about cleaning my Wii inside? I mean, is the laser cleaning kit the only internal cleaning product licensed by Nintendo, or is there something available for cleaning the disc drive itself?




4 Re: Console Maintenance & Repair on 18/4/2012, 22:46

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I think the laser cleaner kit is your best bet. Unless you want to take it apart, since you can see exactly what's wrong with it. But yeah, any way of cleaning it should hopefully work.





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