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Wii Fit Hula Hoop does not register on rotating to the right

Whenever I try to hula hoop rotating to the right, the board does not register my movements and the hoop falls to the ground. No problem rotating to the left, only the right. I did not have the problem initially, but now it happens all the time.

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You rotate left your hula hoop same your body and you move the hula hoop with your body

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