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You may not be pointing accurately at the sensor bar or your Wii remote has no battery life yet make sure the
battery's are still in life. Or you may not have synchronize it properly.

Posted on Feb 04, 2010

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    Teresa Ferreira Feb 04, 2010

    You may not be pointing accurately at the sensor bar or your Wii remote has no battery life yet make sure the
    battery's are still in life. Or you may not have synchronize it properly.

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