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Thread: Wii Controllers and Sensors... jumpy

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    Junior Member supermasterpig's Avatar
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    Hmmmm then it has to be something with your system. It wouldnt work that solid if something was blocking the signal. Only advice I can give you is that the Wii sensor bar has a long cord perhaps you should put that to use. I am sorry I could not find a solution for you.
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    ive thought about higher up to see if it would send out more of a signal wave? ive tired the sensor bar on 3 different wiis does the same, maybe its the bar?

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