I have same problem if your go to settings or something then sensor bar settings and do that dotting thing both my my wiimotes are inverted on that but only one is inverted on some games and stuff so i think it's the wii thats broken not the motes so im not sure what to do either.
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To get the Wii Mote Connected to your wii Take off the back cover of the Wii Mote, Hold down the Red button for a few seconds, Then on the Wii Console pull open the little door just under the Disc Drive and press the Red button on there. This will allow the Wii-Mote to "Sync" to a different Wii-Console
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Make sure all devices are connected to the Wii Station correctly and securely. Make sure the batteries in the wii-mote are working and the light is on.
Trying moving the wii-mote sensor to the top of the TV if its on the bottom or vice versa and try again.
If none of that works try bringing the wii-mote to a friend who has a console and trying it there, if it doesn't work then there might be something wrong with that wii-mote. If it works then ask someone to bring a wii-mote to your console and try it, if that doesn't work then there might be something wrong with the console or the receiver.
You need to synchronize them to your Wii. First turn on your Wii. Open the battery compartment on the back of your Wii-mote and the front SD Card door on the front of your Wii. There is a little round red SYNC button on the back of your Wii-mote and a red SYNC button on your Wii in that door. Press the button on the remote and then on the Wii and it should sync. If it doesn't work at first try again. You know it is synched when one of the four LED lights at the bottom of the Wii-mote is solid.
The Wii-mote probably just needs to be synchronized to your Wii. Open the battery compartment on the back of your remote and the front SD card slot on your Wii. Push the red SYNC button on the Wii and then the little red sync button on your Wii-mote. It should sync to your console after that.
if the remote sensor doesnt work, then it wont register with the game console. there is sort of an accelerometer in a wii mote that can sense the changes in angle and height and things like that. that accelerometer could be broken due to dropping of the controller(unlikely) or overshaking(very unlikely) or just bad production(sort of likely). just call the nintendo customer service and confirm the problem with the controller and ask if it is possible to refund the item for a new one or you could just buy a new wii mote. also, you could try using a friends wii mote to make sure that your system is recognizing the controller.