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Button B will not work on both hand sets - Nintendo Wii Console

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Try reconnecting them to the system. Open the front door on the wii and press the connect button (its red). Then on the remote open the battery compartment and press the connect button there. If that doesn't work I would imagine that there would be a hardware problem.

Posted on Oct 11, 2008

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