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Wii DDR does not work

When the DDR is connected nothing happens. The DDR was working fine for about 4 months and then stopped. there is no visible exterior evidence of breakage.

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Most likly your mat has shorted out. If you've stepped on it to hard the wires inside flatten or break, which causes it to not be able to send the info to the system. This also happends if its had a lot of weight on it, gets folded wrong, gets dropped or just plain wears out. You could try cutting a small hole in the underside to see if that was the problem, I did that and I got mine working for a little while longer but finnaly it just wore out. And i dont suggest doing that entirely because you could short the wires more or shock yourself. I'd suggest getting a new mat. Sorry...

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