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Changing main controler

I have three wii motes yet only one will turn on the wii or activate when wii is turned on manualy the other wii motes work fine as multi player controlers but not as first player controlers

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  • ironcourage Feb 27, 2008

    did exactly what you said and its all fixed

    thanx chris



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Make sure all three Wiimotes are sincronized with your Wii system. To do this simply take off the back battery cover on your Wiimote and press the red sinc button then you have to press the red sinc button on your Wii console and it is located where you put in the memory card That should resolve your problem.
Good luck,

Posted on Feb 27, 2008


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