Question about Nintendo Nunchuck controller for Wii
The nunchuck is not responding even though it is hooked up to the wii remote.
The sensor may be gone. The best way to test this is really easy and pretty cool to do. Take two candles light them and then place them a little further apart than the wii sensor is. If you are able to use the remotes then the sensor bar needs to be replaced and if ther is still nothing I would try replacing the controller because the infered led's may have gone out. If that still does not work then the sensor decriptor in the wii has gone out. Nintendo should be able to help you with that part. But I do not think that it is the Wii. I feel that your sensor bar is bad.
Posted on May 28, 2009
I have the same problem my sensor bar works fine with the wiimotes but won't read my nunchuck and classic controller but ONE of my nunchucks works...the classic controller I JUST bought used it once now it won't read that one either
Posted on Jun 08, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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