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Wii the cables to the sensor bar were damaged by vacume how could i order a new one my children can no longer use it only with the guitar hero one it will work.

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Call Nintendo or order online or buy i have seen a few at wlamrt that are better than origonal. if u call nintendo call the number 1-800-255-3700! i hope it helped! l l
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Posted on Apr 15, 2008

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    Or go to EBAY!

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