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i need help sensor bar problem

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Hardware' started by kaioninai, Jul 12, 2007.

  1. kaioninai

    kaioninai WiiChat Member

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    ok my puppy bit my sensor bar wire ok so i just got a nYko wireless sensor bar is there any way i can get to the wii menu so i can turn the wireless on because i need a sensor bar to get to the wii menu or i dont
     
  2. SARGE

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    well if you u look at the manual for help it should tell you. I dont have one...but if that doesnt work, then use a candle on top of ur tv. My friend tried it and said it worked because it admits infared light.lol. but yea just trying looking at the directions. or a on and off switch.
     
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    You obviously didn't try your new sensor bar or you wouldn't ask. The Wii has no way of knowing what type of sensor bar you are using. You can unplug the original one and use any two IR light sources as a replacement.
     
  4. gunsnroses

    gunsnroses No more stupid posts!

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    lol what kinda puppy:yesnod:
     
  5. www.dealextreme.com

    wireless bars and other cheap wii accessories

    i trust this site since i get tons of stuff from them


    ETA- NOT ADVERTISING. SIMPLY GIVING THIS MEMBER ADVICE. WHAT YOU DO ON THIS SITE IS YOUR OWN JUDGMENT
     
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    Just get you two open flamed candles. works like a charm :)
     
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    But who wants to light candles every time they play? I wouldn't want to sit candles on my TV anyway...
     
  8. vagrant

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    I wouldn't either.

    Flat panel :(
     
  9. billcsho

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    You can get a 20pk IR LED from Dealextreme for less than $3 shipped and make you own wireless sensor bar (or a handful of sensor bars).
     

  10. uh didn't i just say that?

    geez
     
  11. gh05t

    gh05t Chicken Wings

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    haha thats realli random lol

    yeahh use the candles idea it should work.... the wireless sensor bar should have an on or off switch i dont think it has anything to do with the system menu....
     
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    We all want to get credit for posting **** we learned last year.
     
  13. qwertyasdf

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    I don't get what your problem is. Your Wii should work fine right after you turn on your wireless sensor bar.
     
  14. billcsho

    billcsho WiiChat Member

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    Actually you can connect the broken wires from your original sensor bar to a 9V source to make it wireless.
     

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