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Wii Remote ligths do not turn on.

My Wii remote does not turn on the blue lights. None the buttons allow for. Also, putting new batteries makes no effect.

The troubleshooting in the manual doesn't work for this problem.

The item has 1 month and half from time of purchase.

Will appreciate comments from similar issues.

Regards,

Roberto

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  • robertortora Jun 17, 2009

    No, no at all. It has been properly handled, operated and stored all the time. Many thanks for suggesting.

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The same problem happened to me when i accedently spilt some water on my wii remote. Try to see if anyone in your family may have done that or if you did.

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