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Nintendo Wii Handsets

I have a problem with both of my wii handsets. They seem to have stopped working. When switching the wii on the handsets light up but then the lights go off again. When you press any button nothing happens on screen but all 4 lights come on on the remotes. When you are asked to press A on the screen at the beginning, there is no response. I have tried to resync the remotes but again does not seem to be working. I am at a total loss as to what to do. Can you help.

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I think that your remots sencer is broken that is what happend to mine when i played 2 player too long gust try to buy new remotes or it is your sencer bar so try one of them

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