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Cursor will not appear on screen


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Make sure your sensor bar is connected to the console! properly aligned in the centre of t.v! also reconect the controler by: open the sd flap on front, press red button, remove batt cover of remote and press the connect button! this will resync the remote! also check battery's!

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I agree with ill fix ya 's answer, and if that doesn't work, check the batteries, they could be running low.

PS- if this isn't resolved, you may want to see if it's your Wii system or just the remote. (maybe by trying a brand-new remote). If it is the system, you can probably bring back to the store you got it, and get a new Wii with the warranty!

I hope I could help!
-Tori Toothpaste

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