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    WiiChat Member allisonv7's Avatar
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    Saw them at Best Buy yesterday. I believe what I saw was wired though, didn't look too closely.



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    Thanks for all the replies, I'm new to all this. Yeah, the wire is so thin...

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    you could always buy a new wired bar then have all the dogs teeth removed.

    thinking outside the box, yeah, thats me!

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    I would just tape down the wire.

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    Crazy suggestion for when the new sensor bar arrives. Wrap the new wire in electrical tape chewing dogs don't like the taste of glue. Trust me I had a German Shepherd who liked computer cables rather than kibble. Best of mate I've been there.

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    My sister's house had a cat chew through 2 sensor bar wires. They've been using a wireless one ever since. Candles are a bad idea. Her son spilled candle wax on the carpet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by idjut
    My sister's house had a cat chew through 2 sensor bar wires. They've been using a wireless one ever since. Candles are a bad idea. Her son spilled candle wax on the carpet.
    I saw three children on christmas day hitting each other with wii motes tryng to play wii sports bowling.... Aww bless they got to own a wii for about an hour or so before it got moved to their mum's home office.

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    My mom vacuumed up the sensor bar cord one time.
    I was like, "Noooooooooo."
    It's slightly damaged, but works perfectly fine. Oh, yah.
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    buy a WIRED sensor bar. wireless ones are screwy with me. buy one from amazon.com for 6 bucks, and duct tape the sensor bar wire to the ground so your dog can't get it again


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    Buy a $10 wired one direct from Nintendo. Wireless ones only have 4 infrared bulbs, where as the wired one has 10 bulbs so you should have greater reliability. Plus wireless ones require batteries.
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