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You must first sync the remote and consul.To do this you take off the back of the remote then hit the red button.Their is a red button on the consul that you need to push at the same time then push the a button on the remote.If you are trying to hook up the old style Nintendo controller then you plug the controller in to the end of the wii remoute the same way you hook up the nunchuk.
Simply turn on your Wii. Using the first player remote press the home button then go to the bottom of the screen and you'll see the controller sync screen. You should then see like a resync or something similar. Hot that and the Wii will make two ringing sounds. When this happens press and hold the 1+2 buttons on the remote and then after it connects press and hold the sync button on the Wii Fit board where you insert the batteries.
If it is a wii dance pad the hook ups are on the top. They are round with one flat side. If you have a dance pad that is supposed to go to the wii or xbox you are going to have to conact them and get an adapter. There should be a 1-800 number on the box.
this might sound stupid but make sure there are no more than two wii remotes turned on. We had this problems after switching from four player game down to two. We had to turn them all off and resync the two we wanted to use in the guitars.