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Hi, did you check the battery compartment for damage, dislocation or any visual oxidation of the contacts? I've had the problem myself with oxidated contacts. After cleaning and adjusting the contacts, the remote worked fine again ;) To check if the contacts are located good, just test if your batteries make good contact and are sitting tight between the contacts. To clean the contacts, if necesarry, take a swap, dipped in cleaning alcohol or nail polish remover and clean the contact surface. Acetone works fine as well, just don't use any other cleaning fluids, because they may make the problem worse. If the the contacts are seriously oxidated, you can scratch the worst off, with toothpick or a match. Metal objects may scratcj to hard. Good luck :)
sir think your remote is not working properly... you better try to reset your remote for your nintendo wii console... this is how you can reset your remote...
How to Reset Your Wii Remote
First you will need to check a few things, just to make sure what the actual problem is.
*Check to see that all cords are properly plugged in.
*Make sure the sensor bar is properly center above or below your tv set.
*Make sure that nothing is blocking the signal to the sensor bar.
*Make sure that the batteries in the remote are in good working order.
*Make sure that there are no wireless devices close by that might be interfering with the signal.
If after all this the remote is still not working then it probably needs to be re-synced.
Turn off and unplug your wii console for a few minutes.
*Turn the power back on and when
you see the the safety screen open the small flap on the front of the
wii console. Inside you will find the red sync button. Press and hold
the red button down for 15 seconds.
* Then remove the battery cover from the wii remote, inside you will see another red button.
* Press and release the red button, the blue lights on the remote will start blinking.
* Quickly press and release the red sync button on the wii console.
* The remote will stop blinking and it should now be synced.
You have to sync the remote to the console. You'll have to hit the sync button on the back of the remote in the battery compartment, and the sync button under the flap near the disc slot on the front of the console, and hold them until the lights on the remote stop flashing.
The latest update had a side effect of de-pairing the blu-ray remote. Just go in and re-pair it. I believe it is off the systems menu. It should work fine after, assuming your batteries are still good.
Well, pressing 1 and 2 doesn't work if your Wii remote came desynched. Press the Red Synch buttons on both the Wii console (located under the SD card flap) and the one on the back of the Wii remote, and hold one then the other for about 5 seconds. Should help.
It sounds like you either have a low battery, or your motions may be dislodging the batteries on your controller. When the controller is off and you press a button, check to see how many of the four blue lights on the bottom of the controller are flashing. This tells you how much battery power you have: four lights is full, one light is low. If it's saying your battery is full, try taking the battery or batteries out and putting it back in. Good luck!
Ok I feel a little silly, there is a sync button on the console (inside the flap by the power on button) and the board (inside the battery compartment on the underside of the board) as soon as I pressed them at the same time it worked. Goodluck everyone.
try syncing the remote (under the cover on the back of the wii remote where the battery's are there is a circular red button press it then on the front of the wii where you can put your SD card there is a rectangular button press it if that does not work then try doing it the other way around if that does not work keep trying if that does not work i dont know what will
This happened to my son. I did some reading and found out you have to resynchronize the remote. This is from the manual
1) Press the Power button on the Wii console to turn it on.
2)Remove th battery cover on the back of the remote and press the SYNC. button inside the cover. The Player LEDs will blink.
3)Open the SD Card Slot cover on the front of the Wii console and press the SYNC button on the inside of the compartment
4)When the Player LED blinking stops,connection is complete. The LED that is illuminated indicates the player number.
This procedure must be followed for each additional Wii remote added to your system.