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Your Wii-mote needs to be synchronized to your Wii. Open the battery compartment on the back of your Wii-Mote and the door that covers the SD card slot on the front of your Wii. There should be a red SYNC button in each place. Press the one on the Wii mote and then the one on the Wii. It should then sync and work. You now it is synched when one solid LED light is lit up at the bottom.
Do you know where the SD Card slot is? If not, it's at the front just below the disc drive. Open the SD card slot entrance on the front, and take the back off the wii-mote. Turn the wii on, and at the health warning, hold the sync button on the wii-mote, and the one near the SD slot for 5 secconds. That should do it.