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Have you tried syncing the remotes? Open the SD cover slot on the front of the system you will see a red sync button. Then remove the battery cover to the remote and you should also see a red button. Turn on the Wii and then press the red button on the system. Then press the red button on the controller and see if that works.
hi, BEARHOUSE IS HERE WITH THE Answer i Purchased a Memorex MVD2022 DVD Player at a Goodwill Store For $7.00 Dollars. I Had a Coby Model# 224 with Remote Control My Coby Quit Working the motor Drags. I had Both DVD Players on top of Each Other Tried The Remote For The Coby and The Memorex DVD Player Blinked. So I Cut off The Coby And What Did Find I Found that the Coby Remote Worked on the Memorex The Buttons Are Different But Works Good Enough For Me.
The Setup Button Eject the Disc and the >> fast Forward Button Turns it on and off and the Program Button works For Sub Title other Buttons have other functions for The MemorexMVD 2022 Only thing You Have to work the sound From Surround System are TV.
Regarding the problem with the sound on your DVD player, I would suggest you to make sure the audio cables (red and white) are connected properly to the TV and player.
Also, try using a different set of cables since those ones might not be working and this is why you are not getting audio. On the Memorex remote you will find a mute button, make sure it is not activated.
You need to re-assign to the Wii. When you first bought it you pressed the button on the front of the Wii to configure controllers, then the controller buttons to find the Wii. When you change batteries you need to repeat this process as the 'memory' of the controller to the Wii has been wiped
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.