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Hello, sounds like you might just need to sync them to the console again. Even if you did nothing, they randomly lose sync now and then. Even some updates cause them to lose sync with the Wii. All you have to do is : 1) Hold down the sync button on the Wii console for 15 seconds or so. This completely resets the sync on all remotes. 2) Sync the remote again by pushing the sync button on the inside of the battery cover while the Wii is on, then pushing the sync button on the console again. I hope this helps! :D
Yes, if the leds are all lit and no respnse, then your board in the top counsel is faulty. Have you haad any power surges recenlty.? Power surges sometimes mess up computer boards. But yeah, it sounds like its bad tho. There should be led light on unless you start pushing buttons. Have you hit the "off" selection. If nothing turns off the led lighting, it sounds like the board might be bad...hopefully this helps
Hold down the button at the top left (the light) for about 4 seconds. The second part of the time will start blinking. I tried this before, I'm sure, but I must not have noticed the blinking and thought nothing was happening.
Once the seconds numbers are blinking, push the top right button (Start/Stop) to move to the hour or minute. Push the bottom right button (Lap/Reset) to change the time. When you're done, push the top left button (Light) again.