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There is what looks like whats nmeant to be a digital clock in the bottom right hand corner of the screen although it shows nothin just dashes -:-:- siimiliar to this i dont no what i pushed but i cant get it off

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    2 timers keep popping up periodically on the screen when playing Wii sports. It's not the TV!

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Thats your tv's timer look for a text or screen settings on your remote

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