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There's something wrong with my wiiremote

I keep pressing a and b while pointing at the screen but the wii remote does not show up on the screen!!! the sensor is on and pluged in,the remotes are charged and the little 4 lights at the bottom light up for a few seconds but no result :( (it always worked until now)

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What you do is juyst take the wii back tothe store and say i need help and i just don't know what to do with the problem

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