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    Controller Problem

    I seem to be playing Wii Sports boxing alot lately (mainly with friends) and every once and a while my nun-chuck gives out on motion sencing. its embarising to have ur glove not moving and trying to block and attack with one glove.

    can i fix this without buying another nunchuck

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    You can send it back and they'll give you a full refund. Sometimes nunchuks give way, it's happened with mine.

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    It may just be the game. I had numerous occasions where the nunchuk movement was not registering. I got so frustrated with Wii Boxing that I stopped playing it.

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    Have you tried jiggling the connector between the nunchuck and the Wiimote around? My nunchuck has acted up a couple of times, and that usually sets it straight right away. Also, check to see if you have anything blocking the connection, like a piece of lint.

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