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Remote Control Not Working

Our remote seems to work but when in a game the remote doesn't register. Example Playing Wii Play cow racing and the cow is continuosly jumping without us moving the remote at all. We have tried to reboot the remote and reconnect the remote but nothing seems to fix this issue. Also have replaced the batteries but still not working. Have you got any suggestions on how to fix this problem.
Thankyou Roel

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The remote may have dust in it or the sensor bar may be moving ? try cleaning the dust off the remote

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