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Wii guitar hero III guitar worked fine 2 days ago, now won't work. When we tried the remote with another guitar, it worked fine with the new guitar. Any suggestions on things to attempt to make this work again?

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  • ratfacegirl1 Jan 13, 2009

    Nope. It works intermittently. One time is fine, next isn't. Have rebooted, checked batteries, etc.

  • nadzie Feb 15, 2009

    i have the same problem but havent dropped or banged the guitar im having to take it back

  • tojo96 Feb 25, 2009

    when use guitar hero left handed on wii, it doesn't work. Strum upward and it works. Seems like a problem with the switch now working. Any solutions?

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Did you drop the old guitar at all

if you did something inside the guitar might of broke

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