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Remote not working properly

The remote has stopped steering the cars in Mario Karts, it will still
work to make the car accelerate but you can't turn the car at all????

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Either a problem with your wii sensor bar, the disc or your remotes. mix and match all the accessories with someone else to see what works and what doesnt, too dertermine whats wrong, e.g another wiimote works but not a new disc, means disc is dodgy, and then get refunds or replacements on the part thats not working

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