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Control do not work, but is fully charge - Nintendo Wii Console

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  • lorijcain Jan 08, 2009

    I can't get my Wii remotes w/brand new batteries to work either! This sucks!

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You have to sync the remotes to the wii..in the front part of your wii where the sd card goes push sync open your batterie case and push sync on you wiimote within a 5 sec timespan or so

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