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Wii remote will not turn on and the blue lights either

Wii remote will not turn on and the blue lights don't flash either even with fresh batteries

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All you have to do is open the place where you put an sd card on your wii then open the battery cover on the wii remote and press the SYNC buttons at the same time and it WILL TURN ON trust me it works

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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