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We have 4 wii remotes that are fully charged and are not being picked up on the screen. They don't seem to be sensing and therefore, we are unable to start a game.

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There are a couple things that could be wrong

1) your sensor bar is broken
2) you need to sink your Wiimote

Posted on May 10, 2010

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