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Wii remotes do not work at all

At first my wii was working fine but after a few weeks the remotes went all weird (the batteries are fully charged just so u know) only one of them will work and when it does itll turn itself off a few minutes after you turn it on please answer my question. thank you

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Are you using the "play and charge kit" thingy? Because it breaks them after a while, it happened to me so my advice is to buy some new once or repair them and sell the play and charge kit, 
if you havent been using the charge kit try using a different kind of batteries like duracel or enegizer

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