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One of the remote controls seems to be stuck

Wii sports - batter keeps swinging, pitcher keeps pitching when it is the opponents turn

in bowling, the ball goes backwards instead of forwards

I have reset the remotes, turned power off, then on?? Nothing works

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  • kernow78 Feb 08, 2009

    tried everything, works fine on opening screens then during any game up is down, and down is up, and left to right are opposite, if the controller is held up side down it works, how can it be sorted any ideas? thanks

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Sounds like to have a stuck button try another remote.

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A Button Swing

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EA SPORTS PURE SWING SYSTEM:

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