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Re: WII controller is working in reverse
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.
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51330 code error means that your router is too far away from your wii...move your router closer to your wii console or vice versa....and then turn off your modem for about 3-5mins. and turn it on again and try if it works...
Make sure all devices are connected to the Wii Station correctly and securely. Make sure the batteries in the wii-mote are working and the light is on.
Trying moving the wii-mote sensor to the top of the TV if its on the bottom or vice versa and try again.
If none of that works try bringing the wii-mote to a friend who has a console and trying it there, if it doesn't work then there might be something wrong with that wii-mote. If it works then ask someone to bring a wii-mote to your console and try it, if that doesn't work then there might be something wrong with the console or the receiver.
Same thing happened to me a while back. First try unplugging the Wii for 30sec-1min. Then plug it back in, turn it on, and then hold the eject button for 10 seconds. If that doesn't work try it again with the Wii in a different position. (Horizontal instead of vertical or vice-versa). If that doesn't work it might be a disc drive problem and it might have to be sent to nintendo.
This is their service site.
Hope it helps!
Make sure that you are resyncing the controller to the wii. The red button on the front is the sync button, and then there is one in the battery compartment. You will need to power on the system and press both of these sync buttons (red buttons) on the controller and then the system, or vice versa. Good luck.