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This sounds like a bad sensor bar or the location is wrong . change the sensor location first and if that does not correct problem replace the sensor bar .. hope this helps nd thanks for using fix ya feed back pls ..
Posted on Nov 16, 2010
This is unfortunately sometimes due to a faulty sensor bar. Check the wire from the sensor bar to the back of the Wii for frays or kinks. If it is the sensor bar these can be replaced very cheaply for around £10. Make sure there are no sources of infra-red light shining directly onto the sensor bar, for example bright sunlight. Try adjusting the sensor bar sensitivity within the Wii menu and see if this makes a difference. Finally try a different remote, if no cursor shows with any remote then it is 99% going to be the sensor bar.
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Posted on Nov 15, 2010
Double check your sensor bar and the distance you are from the sensor bar. You need to be between three and eight feet from the sensor bar for the cursor to appear on the screen
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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