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Sensor Bar Issue
Topic Started: Jan 23 2011, 03:51 PM (309 Views)
Vixie Darkmatter
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Mercenary
Okay, here's the story. My mom hung something up over the wii, and it ended up falling down and ripping the wire out of the sensor bar. The wii itself is fine, but I need a new sensor bar. What can be done?
 
OneWingedAngel92302
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A broken sword....
I'm not really sure if there is any way to fix this. I've heard that you could send broken products to the manufacturere and they'd fix it for you, but i sadly don't know where you would start on how, and where to send it to.
Edited by OneWingedAngel92302, Jan 23 2011, 04:11 PM.
 
MrFordDoesNotLikeU
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CDF Second Lieutenant
1. Call up nintendo and see if can send it in.
2. You can use 2 candles & place them on top tv and that works.. YOUTUBE THIS.
 
crazyfooinc
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CDF Ensign
They have quite a few of the aftermarket ones for sale at Gamestop (http://www.gamestop.com/browse/search.aspx?dsNav=Ntk:TitleKeyword|Wii+sensor+bars|1|) and you could always dial up the Nintendo of America support/troubleshooting line (1-800-255-3700)
 
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Yeah, just get a third-party one (they even have WIRELESS :lol: ), or you can get one directly from Nintendo.
 
Vixie Darkmatter
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Mercenary
I'm going to have to go get one of those now. I'll be sure to let you guys know how it works, thanks.
 
Fox-n-Krystal
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CDF Sergeant
DON'T GET WIRELESS.

If at all possible, that is. Those things eat through batteries like beasts, from my experience.
 
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I never recommended. I just found it funny. I believe that wired has better response time anyway.
 
Fox-n-Krystal
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Yeah, I think they're also way more expensive. I bought a replacement wired bar for about 7 bucks, whereas a wireless can cost 2-3 times that.
 
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