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Wii remotes lost connection with console

I haven't used my wii for about a month and when I went to use it both my remotes would not connect with my wii console. i changed both their batteries and they still wouldn't work. when I press the buttons on the remotes the blue lights are coming up but they aren't connection to the machine! help!

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You need to open the small compartment on the front (located between reset and eject) were your can insert a sd card. Above the slot will be a red button labled sync. Press(maybee hold) the button and press the 1 and 2 buttons on the remote. This should get your remote working with your wii.
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