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Cursor keeps riding up to the top of screen in Call of Duty

I've tried everything possible,...changed batteries in remote, (new)
Put in a "charged" Charger, I've calibrated it 50 x's, it'll work for 5 seconds and while I'm in the game, I get a huge RED X and the weapon I have will not move right or left,..just stays straight up to the top of the (TV) screen I'm utilizing. Please help! I've paid an awful lot for all the add-ons. TRoday Sun Feb 8th,..is really the first time in which it causes me not to operate the game
Thank-YouSir/Madam

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Try hitting the side of the remote. i had a similar problem my cursor would be upside down and in games it would not be of any use. then i went to nintendo and it said to hit the side of it a few times till it works. try that. its just crazy enough to work. lol.

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