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Sensor Bar Hey! Just wondering if there is sumwhere that I can buy a new sensor bar 4 my kids Wii Console as our kittens chewed thru their cord? :S I am in Australia,if that makes a difference......... :)

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  • graandjac Aug 30, 2008

    I need a new sensor bar , but NO shops sell them off the shelf or can get them .......Help

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Well i don't know about australia, but you can easily get sensor bars on the internet (heavy shipping costs?). if that isn't possible try a store that sells games like walmart. along with video games there should be a few accessories on the shelf.

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