If you've broken the sensor bar on your Wii, you can buy a replacement from your favorite Wii retailer or Nintendo's online store. But what happens when the sensor bar breaks at 1:00 AM, when your local retailers are likely closed, and you're dinner party's Wii Tennis bragging rites hang in the balance? As this episode of CNET's Insider Secret's demonstrates, continuing your living room Wii Sports tournament can be as simple hacking a remote unused remote controls or breaking out the candles.
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