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When turning on our wii, the home and A buttons are responding perfectly, but the cursor (hand) isn't showing on the screen.

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Make sure the sensor bar is right above or below your tv for the best results.. it may take a min for the hand to show up.. aiming the remote can get tricky..lol

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