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What is the plastic piece on the bottom part of a wii guitat hero guitar. It spins around in a 360 degree. Does it suppose to do this.

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You may be referring to the knob that holds one end of your shoulder strap. if so, this has no other function.
hope this helps!
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Here's how:

1. Remove the second Wii Remote's battery cover and insert two AA batteries into the device.
2. Open the SD Card Slot cover on the front of the Wii console. Push and release the console's "SYNC" button.
3. Push and release the "SYNC" button below the Wii Remote's batteries.
4. Wait for the Wii Remote LED to stop blinking.
5. Replace the Wii Remote battery cover.
6. Snap the Wii Remote into the back of the second Logitech Wireless Guitar Controller for Wii. Your second guitar will then use your Wii Remote's power and synchronization to the console and respond to Guitar Hero.

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