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    Wii Remote movement problem?

    Hi all,
    Played Wii Sports for a while today, and after about 1 hour the Wii Remote stopped responding to movements...the Nunchuck will work (say in Wii Sports Boxing), but not the Wii Remote.
    If I play Baseball, the pitcher constantly is striking the ball...

    However, I can use the pointer fine to navigate around the menus...

    Possibly a faulty Wii Remote??

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    Check to see the batteries are not dead by pressing the 'House' symbol on the Wii Remote. Also, when you play, is there any sunlight hitting the Wii Remote when you play?
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    I've never heard of this problem before. I've heard the pointer having problems around Christmas trees and other lights, but I've never heard of the wiimote not responding to movement. Either you have a bad wiimote or it's low on batteries. You might also not be making enough movement. Try to put a little more hmph in your swings (Just wear that wrist strap and make sure no one's around you)


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    Thanks for your help. It looks like there may be a problem with the directional movement sensor...one of the troubleshooting tips is to turn the remote upside down.The cursor should move upside down, but it doesn't...
    Any other tips appreciated

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    Oh. My. God. This. Is. Getting. Ridiculous.

    http://www.wiichat.com/nintendo-wii-...e-problem.html

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    Maybe the remote cant see your sensor to good. Put it on top of your TV and stand up and try.

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    The. movements. do. not. use. the. sensor. bar.

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    Thanks Brawny...made 2 kids happy on Xmas eve in Ireland...that Sticky sounds like a great idea...about 5 good taps of the controller did the trick

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    Quote Originally Posted by nic7
    Try to put a little more hmph in your swings (Just wear that wrist strap and make sure no one's around you)
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    Are you sure that the Wii system is picking up the signal from your controller, because it is wireless after all. That's what happened to me. I mean, if something's blocking it, like maybe where your sitting/standing, it'd be easy to fix.
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