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Wont power up, blue lights stay on have changed out the batteries

Have changed out batteries numerous times, cheap, good and rechargeable batteries.

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Try resetting the remote and the console. in the console you open front panel and their is a red reset button press this firmly then remove batteries from back of remote press the reset on the console again. Then replace the batteries press the red reset on the console a third time and then push the red reset button on the back of the wii remote this should take care jof your problem.

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