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Dead Wiimote I need technical advice on dead Wiimote repair.I'm looking for a schematic if available or some other advice on this problem.tanks Mike

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  • Mike Feb 07, 2008

    Dead, nothing. I have several with this symptom

  • Mike Feb 07, 2008

    Thanks ctf1800 the link looks helpfull. I'm busy now working on other stuff but will get back and let ya know. Thanks

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I think I know what you mean by "Dead". It doesn't sense any movement you make, right? If so, sorry but you'll have to buy a new on, but you could use your old remote as a decoration.

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How dead is it? do any of the lights flash but doesn't work on console?

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