Question about Nintendo Wii Console
The Wii turns on but the remotes won't it will only blink but never turn on and i already changed the batteries.
Ok,you changed the battery already but did you synchronize the remote to the console?beside the battery of the remote is a small red button.did you try to press this button? as well as the red button on the console?it is located on the memory card port of the wii.try it first,let me know
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
Try turnin off the console and using the 1st controller press the power button... this should turn the console back on and the lights should flash if the blue light doesnt fill the 1 square press the power button again and sometimes it will turn on the remote but maybe not... this is only thing i can think of
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
you see the little flap on the wii open it and the back of the wii remote then press both red buttons and wala good as new
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
Hey Jack, How many remotes are you able to connect at a time? If you have multiple remotes try turning the ones you know that work off, and putting them in another room(so you know they will not try to connect). Then try connecting with the bad one. If that doesn't work you might have to sync the remote: hold down the red sync button on the wii, located next to the sd card slot, while holding down the red button on the remote, located under the battery cover on the back. Now try connecting. If it still doesn't work, the LED lights in the sensor bar might have burned out, this happens a lot when you keep your sensor bar directly on your tv without the stand(the tv gets hot and burns out the lights), a lot of people do this because the stand looks bad. Go buy a new sensor bar, they sell them at wal-mart for $20, plus they're wireless, so you don't have to worry about that thin little wire popping. Test the new wii bar, if it's still not working, then you're remote is just worthy of getting returned.
hope this helps! -cj
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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