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This information comes directly from Nintendo's website. Hope this can be of help:
First, follow these guidelines to ensure you have set up the system properly to have the optimal environment in which to use the Wii Remote:
Check to make sure the Sensor Bar cord is inserted into the back of the Wii console and the Sensor Bar is centered above or below your TV screen (more info).
Make sure you are using fresh batteries in the Wii Remote.
The Wii Remote Controller should be used between 3 to 10 feet from the TV.
Make sure no objects are blocking the signals between the Sensor Bar, the Wii console, and the Wii Remote.
Check for interference from infra-red light sources, such as candles, sunlight, fireplaces, and stoves.
Radio frequency interference may cause the Wii Remote to work erratically. Check for wireless devices such as cordless phones, wireless computer keyboards or mice, or other similar devices, and move or turn them off.
Verify Sensitivity Setting dots: Go to the Sensor Bar's sensitivity setting in the Wii menu.
If only one or no dots appear on the sensitivity screen, there is likely a problem with the Sensor Bar.
If there are more than two dots, then it appears there is an additional light or infrared heat source being picked up by the Wii Remote. Avoid sources of infrared light in the gameplay area such as electric, propane or kerosene heaters, flames from fireplaces or candles, and stoves or other sources of heat.
Here are instructions from Nintendo on how to fix this issue. It's most likely related to the sensor bar. Good Luck!
If your screen appears
frozen at the Language select screen, we have found that to be related
to the Sensor Bar. Please try the following:
Ensure that the
Sensor Bar cord is plugged snugly to the back of the console, and is
placed properly at the center of your TV screen. For detailed
directions on setting up the Sensor Bar, please click here.
to be sure the Wii Remote is synced to the console, by using the Power
button on the Wii Remote to turn the console on. (The power button is
the small white button with the red symbol in the top-left corner, just
above the Control Pad). If this doesn't work, try to sync the Wii Remote. Once synced, try to turn the power on the console on and check for proper response.
Make sure that the Wii Remote is being used between 3' and 10' directly in front of the TV
and that there are no bright light sources affecting the Wii Remote's
operation (review Game Play Guidelines for more information), and that
the Sensor Bar is placed properly (see Sensor Bar setup). Avoid sources
of infrared light in the gameplay area such as electric, propane or
kerosene heaters, flames from fireplaces or candles, and stoves or other sources of heat.
you are still experiencing problems after trying the steps above, there
could be a problem with your Sensor Bar. Please read the following:
Sensor Bar has five infrared lights on each side of the bar that the
Wii Remote uses to determine its position. If these lights aren't
working, then the Wii Remote cursor will not display on the screen, and
you won't be able to navigate the setup screens.
To see these lights, you will need a digital camera or cell phone camera with an LCD display.
After making sure the Sensor Bar is plugged in and the power to the
console turned on, direct the camera at the Sensor Bar so that it is
displayed in the LCD
of the camera. If the five infrared lights can be seen on both sides of
the Sensor Bar, the Sensor Bar is working. While the position/angle of
the camera may need to be adjusted slightly, the lights are fairly easy
to see in the LCD display.
It has to do with the water temperture, either the water entering the dishwasher is too cold and the heater can't get it up to temp, or the heater unit has problems... Push the Air dry ,then the sani wash buttons a few times and all the lights will light, it resets the computer .
In my freezer, there's an infrared beam positioned over the top of the ice bin. If the bin is full of ice, it blocks the beam and no ice can be made. In addition, when you open the freezer door, a small (2x3") door opens in the freezer to block the beam, again to prevent ice from being made while the door is open. Is anything blocking the path of this beam from one side of the freezer to the other?