Try taking the batteries out and putting them back in. Then unplug your console from the outlet for thirty seconds and plug it back in. Then follow the directions in your manual about syncing the Wiimote to the console.
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Remove the battery cover on the Wii remote control (also know as the Wiimote) and you should see a little red button. Press and hold it for 3-5 seconds. While you do that look at the front panel of your Wii console and you should notice a small door beneath the disc slit. There should be a small, rectangular button that is also red. Press and hold it for 3-5 seconds as well. The blue LEDs on the Wii mote should be be flashing while the pairing process is initiated and then the indicator (1-4 dependng on how many you have synced) will become solid letting you know that the controller has been synced.
Make sure that when charging the battery pack it must be attached to a
wii-mote otherwise this may cause a flashing red light.
If the battery pack is attached to the wii-mote and you still have a flashing red light this may indicate that there could a problem with the battery pack itself.
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.
Your Wii-mote needs to be synchronized to your Wii. Open the battery compartment on the back of your Wii-Mote and the door that covers the SD card slot on the front of your Wii. There should be a red SYNC button in each place. Press the one on the Wii mote and then the one on the Wii. It should then sync and work. You now it is synched when one solid LED light is lit up at the bottom.
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 open the front SD card slot on your Wii. Push the red SYNC button on the Wii and then the little red button on your Wii-moteand it should sync to your console.
If you have pressed the sync button on wii, then on the wii-mote, and it still didn't sync, try unplugging the Wii console for few minutes and try the process again. There is another syncing mode, but you have to have at least one wii-mote connected to the wii. You press the home button and the click on the wii-mote on the screen. There will be a reconnect button. Press that and then press both the 1 and 2 buttons on the wii-mote[s] you want to connect. This is the ONE TIME ONLY connect mode, used when playin on a friends Wii. Once the Wii is powered off, the wii-mote wont be connected any longer and will still be the default wii-mote for your wii system [not on your friends]. Hope this helps.
Guest: Rechargable batteries are only 1.2 V each. You should get up to 4.8 V.
I highly suggest running your Wii Fit on nothing other than Alkaline batteries. I've had my Wii Fit for over 3 months and still use the original batteries.
If you feel like you need rechargables, that's fine, but I recommend a quality set of regular AA rechargable batteries that comes with a quick charger (IE: 1-hour). Stick to the same brand of batteries and buy enough for each Wii-Mote, Wireless Guitar, Wii Fit Balance Board, etc.
Amy - Keep in mind that your Wii Fit balance board will ONLY turn on when your program (ie: Wii Fit) is loaded and ready to go. Since the balance board takes up one of the four available Wii-Mote channels, make sure all but one Wii-Mote is turned off before starting Wii-Fit.
this is what happens when the device attempts too connect to the console. the solution is very simple as well. simply remove the battery cover on the the wii-mote. now open the memory card door of the front of your wii. note the red button on both the wii and the wii mote. now simply press and hold both and then the wii mote should automatically pair to the console. repeat whenever needed. Hope i was a help to you today.