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Our sensor bar was cut so we bought a wireless sensor bar, it worked fine on our tv we had because we sit it on top. Now we have purchased a flat screen tv and have to sit it at bottom of tv now there is a delay in A button which causes problems in our fitness program we have. We tried to purchase another wired sensor bar but cannot find one. Please help

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That isn't a problem with the sensor bar. All the sensor bar is a light emitter, it has a series of infared LED's inside at varying angles. It seems that the problem lies within the radio interference between your WIii more and the Wii. Try moving your Wii away from the TV and maybe even changing the batteries in the Wii mote.

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