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My wii will not show on screen arrow but remote does work when you push +or- and home , ihave tryed reset and even resync hand contreol also disconnecting mains ta

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U probably dont have the connector hooked up to the wii

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I'm having the same problem now. It started spontaneously in the middle of a game. I have reset everything multiple times and tried detaching and reattaching all the cables, making a new nunchuck #1, etc., all to no avail.

Posted on May 03, 2010

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I hope this Helps. Take Care. =)

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