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oh no! you discovered that your remote has a thing i call"disconnection" OK don't panic,i think i can help... just like with the Wii remote i have these troubles too. OK,on the thing that it connects too...(kinda like the black thing you have to put on the top of your TV on the Wii) there is a built in connector that helps u get your Xbox controller to connect to play games. if there is anything on top of your Xbox such as shoes, video games,clothes or anything else that shouldn't be on it, take those things off. then try it. if that doesn't work, then you might have low battery on your controller. just replace it with new batteries, i know it sounds stupid but just try it. but,if that doesn't work,try a different controller, cause the one u have might be broken...
Make sure your batteries are new or fully charged if you have rechargeable batteries in. I would re-synchronize the wiimote, by opening the face flap down on the front of the Wii, pressing the red button to start synchronization while the wii is on, and then the red sync button on the back of the Wiimote where the batteries are. If this does not work, it probably means that the cable that connects the sensor bar to the Wii has been cut by either a cat or a child, which happens often to these thin guaged wires. All you have to do if that is true, is make it a clean cut on both ends, then melt away about 1/4 inch of the insulation with a flame and pull it off with your fingernails, keeping the exposed wire. Do this on both ends and re-connect them and use black electrical tape to insulate each wire first, then the both together to enforce strength. If this doesn't work just switch the two wires you just connected and it should. Re-synchronize after doing so.
First: Check to see if the batteries are good, easiest way to do this is try putting different batteries in that you know are good.
Second: If your batteries are not the problem, then first, open the
memory card door (little door on the front of the console under the CD slot) and press the red button(or known as the sync button)
and open the battery case and press the little red button(or known as
the sync button) and it should reconnect.
Third: If the Wii is showing that your Wii Mote is connected but it isn't responding, make sure your Sensor bar is in a clearly visible location in front of or on top of the TV. Make sure that it is properly plugged into the Wii in back.
Fourth: If none of these resolved the issue it is likely that your Wii Mote is just flat out broken. If you just purchased your Wii I suggest contacting Nintendo to RMA (return) the Wii Mote for a new one.
Is your sensor bar connected to the Wii? Check the sensor bar cable for cuts or severe bends (like a V shape) as they might cause the detection problems with the Wii-mote. A cheap fix is to put lit candles in front of your TV and see if the Wii-mote picks it up then.
Your sensor bar is definitely burned out, you can get a new wireless one at wal-mart for $20. Often wii sensor bars burn out because people put it directly on the tv instead of using the stand, the tv gets hot and the LED lights in the sensor bar burn out. If you want make sure that it's the sensor bar that's broken, get a video camera and video tape the sensor bar while it's plugged in and the wii is on, if you can't see four LED lights on each side then it's broken.
get a new board or get it fixed,
try different batteries
dont put any unessessary weight on it
dont stomp on it or jump
be gentle with it
get a new peice so no re-scyn
make sure its not too close too the wii
replace the batteries and go the the Wii options and set the
sensitivity again (when it asks you if you see two blinking dots) as
well as the center of the screen. Turn off the Wii (to red light,
not yellow standby) and make sure you are directly in front of the TV. Repeat this process several times. (minus battery changes) and it has been
working perfectly since.
You can also "spank" your wii mote, turn it over in one hand so the battery back is up toward the ceiling, and strike it hard on top of the battery back with palm of your other hand, for some reason this has worked for many people, either causing something inside to reset or "unstick" itself.