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Wii Remote My Wii remote just started continously vibrating overnight. I have tried changing the batteries, different batteries etc but it will not stop vibrating. You can still use it to play games but as you can imagine it kinda hurts your hand after a while. Please Help!!

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Press the home button and go to your setting and try turning the wiimote volume up

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Unfortunately I don't thin this can be fixed short of opening it and disconnecting the vibration motor. I'm pretty sure either the relay that drives the vibration or the transistor that drives it have failed. you could give it a whack and see if that fixes it but from what your describing it sounds like a shorted component.

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