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Remotes are not working. Need help. Remotes are charged. Tried to sync several times. Unplugged console. Giving up...

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You know, this really takes alot of patience. I recommend that you sync one at a time. Sync one remote, turn off the Wii (Not by unplugging it). Then turn it back on, don't turn on the one that you just used, and sync the next one, and so on. Did that help?

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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