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I cant find my wii pointer i tried eveything it migth be my ve my remote or sensor bars falut with is it likely can u give me tips to fix the problem also all the wii remote buttons are working perfectly so what is it. thaks in advance.

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MAYBE YOU NEED TO MOVE YOURYOUR SENSOR BAR SOMEWHERE ELSE. PUT IT EVERYWHERE UNTIL YOU HAVE FOUND YOUR POINTER.

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