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My wii doesn't respond to my controler

It areadly has batteries and they're are full and they're new and it is the number 1 contrler.

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I had the same problem if your wii is still under the 1 year warranty you can call up nintendo they will try to fix it on the phone if still doesnt work you can start a repair with them. This is free only if you're under the one year warranty.

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It you mean your wii hand or somthing will not show up ether turn off all the lights, and if that dose not work than go to this senser thang,,, it is the one thing when you first get your wii and swich 1 to 2 to 3 to 4 to 5

Posted on Jan 27, 2009

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