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Cursor is erratic, wont allow player to close the game.

Wii functions normally getting on, cursor becomes erratic,will not allow you to close the game. have to turn off wii console to close it out.

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Make sure your Wii remote is obstruction and contamination free. If you're using the jacket, make sure it is securely in place on the Wii remote.
If these are not the problem, try a new set of batteries. Weak batteries often cause this problem.
If this also doesn't work, take the batteries out of the Wii remote, and wait for 1 full minute before reinserting them. Then wait a few seconds before pressing any buttons.
If none of these problems work, visit support.nintendo.com or call 1-800-255-3700 for assistance.

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