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Problems With Nintendo Wii Control

LIghts are on the remote, fully charge but will not do its funtions, for example pressing A.

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  • Anonymous Jan 09, 2009

    my wii remote will flash at the bottom on the four lights for about 30 seconds, but will not register on the t.v. i have tried to sync it again but its not working...please help?

    thanks :)


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Mine does this from time to time. Hold the power button on the front of the Wii for about ten seconds. The light will turn red indicating it's powered off. Press the button again to turn on and then try the remote.

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